Pair George III neoclassical silver goblets

Pair George III neoclassical silver goblets

£6,250

Prices shown in other currencies are only approximate and all sales will be in GBP

Shipping will be charged separately.
Reference

6251

Pair of late 18th century silver goblets in the neoclassical style. The bowls are finely engraved with delicate geometric patterns around the rim and an elegant floral shield surrounding a family crest. The reeded bases are also engraved with a family crest while the goblet interiors are gilded. Both goblets are in perfect condition. Peter and Ann Bateman were members of one of the most distinguished families of London silversmiths of the time.

Neoclassicism was born in Rome in the mid-18th century before spreading throughout Europe. It is the name given to Western movements in the arts and architecture that draw inspiration from the classical art and culture of Ancient Greece or Rome.

Dimensions:

Height 160 mm / 6 516"
Diameter 85 mm / 3 12"
Weight 391 g (12.57 troy ozs)
Year

1790

Place

London

Condition

Excellent

RELATED ITEMS