Inspired by the work of the famous lady silversmith (1709-1794) of the same name. An exclusive pattern with finely detailed beading. This pattern was formerly made by C.J. Vander of London, and is now a Wallace Silversmiths pattern.
Hester Bateman was best known for her sugar bowls, tea urns, trays, salvers and dishes. Lifetime Sterling describes the pattern as a "versatile pattern from Wallace's prestigious English Sterling Collection is finely crafted of heavier weight sterling silver in the larger Continental size. The delicate beaded border surrounds a central panel embellished with an intricate teardrop underscored by three fleur de lis, lending graceful elegance to traditional and contemporary table settings alike and every dining occasion from family meals to festive affairs."
(Teaspoon 5 7/8 inches)
(Cream Soup Spoon 6 3/4 inches)