A Georgian Silver Basket

This fine Neoclassical silver basket was made in London 1798 by Samuel Hennel. It is of typical mid Georgian style, elegantly shaped and bright cut. It measures 11 inches long and is in excellent condition.

Originally these baskets were referred to as Cake Baskets, but nowadays of course they can be used for numerous different purposes. Georgian silver baskets like this one are beautifully made and wonderful examples of the silversmith's art, but are also highly functional items, as much now as the day they were made!

A beautiful sterling Georgian silver basket.

Type: basket
Function: Dining
Maker: Samuel Hennel
Country: England

Price: £ 2,250 GBP

Need more info? Contact James Baldwin Antiques regarding this item.





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