Antique Rare 18th Century Georgian Sterling Silver Hester Bateman Large Spoon For Sale
This is a nice antique 18th century Georgian rare Hester Bateman sterling silver large serving or stuffing spoonn In good shape as the pics show with some minor surface scratches from age and comes exactly as seen. Measures 11 7/8" long. HESTER
BATEMAN (1709-1794) was the most famous 18th c. English female
Hester was the daughter of John and Elizabeth Nedem. She married in 1732
(at the Church of St. Botolph's, Aldergate, in the City of London)
the goldsmith John Bateman, whereby together they worked a small
silversmith business. It is believed John never held a formal
is why many Bateman pieces had been contracted out to talented
John was a "Chainmaker" (a branch of the silversmiths' art) and died on November 13, 1760 leaving in his will "unto my loving
wife, Easter Bateman all my household goods and implements".
When her husband died in 1760, Hester had at least five children -
Jonathan, Peter, probably John (who may have been connected with the
business, although he is only recorded as a watch and clock-maker),
Letitia (who married Richard Clarke), and Ann.
Only Peter, Letitia, and Ann were still living at the time of Hester's
Hester registered her mark at Goldsmith's Hall ‘April 16, 1761, as
Hester Bateman in Bunnhill Row and this mark was used until 1790.
Hester died in 1794, when she was living in the Parish of St. Andrew when she lived with her daughter Letitia.
Hester Bateman mark 1761-1790
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Antique Rare 18th Century Georgian Sterling Silver Hester Bateman Large Spoon: $1,450