This article originally appeared in magazine, a publication which ran from 1933-1948 and served antique collectors and dealers. But in the case of Hester Bateman who registered her mark in 1774 in London, there is no doubt but that she was a craftsman. Some of the numbers are 289,spo 2955. Her work is considered the supreme example of the classical period in the art of the silversmith and is notable for its beauty of outline, delicate proportions and for the matchless excellence of engraving. Bearing hallmarks as shown in images. Fühlen Sie sich frei, Anfragen per E-Mail zu senden und achten Sie darauf, unsere anderen Angebote zu besuchen! Click on the images to see enlarged photos of the fine antique silver tea sets that Bryan Douglas have to offer. The dimensions of this fine hand-made antique silver tea service are length of teapot 26 cms 10.
The dimensions of this fine hand-made antique silver tea set are height of teapot 14 cms 5. The stand has an overstruck makers mark for George Gray. Пожалуйста, не стесняйтесь задавать вопросы и, пожалуйста, посетите наши другие списки! The coffee pot measures 9 inches 23cm tall, by 12 inches 30. The dimensions of this fine hand-made antique silver tea set are height of teapot 12 cms 4. Made by William Aitken of Chester in 1894. Made by Jane Brownett of London in 1882.
Не стесняйтесь отправлять по электронной почте любые запросы и не забудьте посетить наши другие списки! Feel free to email any inquiries and be sure to visit our other listings! It was made by Charles Kandler of St. Together, these pieces weigh 15. Made by Harold Edwin Landon of Chester in 1933. Подшипники, как показано на изображениях. Ссылка сверху, чтобы прикрепить к цепям. The dimensions of this fine hand-made antique silver bachelor tea set are height of teapot 14 cms 5.
The tea and coffee pot have ivory breakers on the handles and under the finials. Unscrew cap to open pen. £1,145 b8521 - An Antique Sterling Silver three-piece bachelor tea set, having hexagonal panelled bodies, the teapot with a domed hinged lid with a cast finial, a brown wooden scroll handle, and the cream and sugar bowl with loop handles, all sitting on collet feet. The epergne which he made in 1734 is an example of the early Rococo style and easily ranks as the finest ever made. The dimensions of this fine hand-made silver tea set are height of teapot 18 cms 7 inches , length 26.
£1,595 4802 - Sterling silver heavy three-piece tea set, consisting of teapot, sugar bowl, and cream jug, in a round baluster style having plain bodies, with applied gadroon borders, cast scroll handles and gold-gilt interiors, the teapot with a hinged lid and flame finial, a wooden insulated handle, and all sitting on pedestal feet with hand-chased swirl fluting. Each piece stands on ball feet and the coffee pot has a pedestal base. Both silver three piece tea sets comprising of a tea pot, cream jug and sugar bowl , and silver four piece tea sets with the addition of a coffee pot, or a silver hot water jug can be regularly found. The tea urn measures 41cm 16 inches in height, the coffee pot, 23cm 9 inches , the tea pot 14cm 5. £1,975 L0766: Hallmarked In 1774 Hallmarked in London, 1774 by , this lovely Antique, Teapot is cylindrical in shape, with a straight spout, beaded borders, delicate engraving throughout and a fruitwood finial and spout.
It is classically formed with bands of bright cut engraving and shaped oval with wooden handles. £2,975 L0306: Hallmarked In 1792 Hallmarked in London, 1792 by , this Antique, , Teapot and Stand, feature bright cut engraving throughout, a wooden handle and pineapple finial, and an engraved crest to one side of the teapot. £3,375 b9503 - A very handsome and heavy Sterling Silver Art Deco three-piece tea set, consisting of a teapot, sugar bowl, and cream jug, in a plain octagonal panelled style with hand-cut handles and matching finial, the teapot with a hinged lid, and all sitting on octagonal collet feet. Designed with beautiful floral and leaf repousse on body, lid, and handle. It is also possible to find even larger sets, containing both hot water jug and coffee pot, and even a silver tea kettle and matching tray! English silver is often categorized by the period in which it was made.
Отвинтите колпачок, чтобы открыть ручку. Made by Henry Wilkinson of London in 1896. Made by Henry Stratford of Sheffield in 1900. There was much silver furniture; such as beds, cradles, large tables, stands, toilet tables and high mirrors. The major source of inspiration was found in Greek and Roman antiquity, from which designers borrowed ornamental patterns.
There is one blank cartouche and one bearing a crest. Made Goldsmiths and Silversmiths of London in 1904. Разработан с красивым цветочным и листовым рельефом на кузове, крышке и ручке. Куполообразная крышка с короткой шейкой и аккуратной крышкой. All 3 pieces are identically hallmarked.
There seems to be some sort of crown or family crest stamped underneath the words Old English. £6,775 b9622: Hallmarked In 1813 Hallmarked in London, 1813 and 1814 by , this exceptional, period, Antique, Tea set, comprises of a coffee pot on warmer, a teapot, a sugar bowl and a cream jug, all featuring shell and gadroon borders, engraved crests, and acanthus detailing to the handles, with gilt interiors to the sugar and cream and wooden handles to the teapot and coffee pot. Made by the Barnard Brothers of London in 1847. Excavations at Pompeii and at Herculaneum had awakened an interest in classical form throughout Europe. The dimensions of this fine hand-made Art Deco silver tea set are height of teapot 13 cms 5 inches , length 25. Following the death of her husband she successfully ran the and gave origin to a family business that lasted until the mid-19th Century.
Made by Frederick Bradford Macrea of London in 1887. £2,475 L0154: Hallmarked In 1793 Hallmarked in London, 1793 by , this handsome Antique, Tea Set consists of three pieces. Tea, coffee, and chocolate now became known. Deep black surface and gold, red, and silver flowers. The dimensions of this fine hand-made silver tea set are height of teapot 16. Made by the Barker Brothers of Birmingham in 1900. We must realize, however, that he worked in all the styles that succeeded each other during his long career from 1712 until 1751 and that the height of the Rococo fashion did not arrive until several years after his death.