28th February 2014
PETER & Ann Bateman A GEORGE III CIRCULAR SILVER PILL BOX, having push-fit lid bright cut decorated and crested with a four legged beast, bright cut surround, London 1775, 18mm high x 50mm diameter, 43g.
19th December 2014
PETER & Ann Bateman A GEORGE III SILVER CADDY SPOON having circular bowl, bright cut decoration, later monogrammed, London 1797
29th June 2012
PETER WILLIAM & Ann Bateman A GEORGE III SILVER SUGAR CASTER having detachable top with finial and wired baluster belly, on square pedestal foot, bears Holmes St. James vending label on side, London 1801, 113g.
31st January 2014
PETER & Ann Bateman A GEORGE III SILVER TEAPOT STAND of navette/oval form, having applied bead rim and floral engraving, clean cartouche, raised on four swept feet, London 1795, 137g.
29th January 2016
PETER & Ann Bateman A GEORGE III SILVER PEDESTAL CREAM JUG, having drawn and applied wire rim, swept handle, period bright cut decoration, monogrammed on square foot, London 1792, 16cm overall, 123g.
30th June 2017
BATEMANS A SELECTION OF ENGLISH SILVER FLATWARE, to include an Old English pattern basting spoon by Peter, William and Ann Bateman, a pair of George III sugar tongs by Richard Crossley, a 20th century jam spoon, three various other silver spoons, six silver and bean terminal coffee spoons, a clothes brush and a silver handled boot hook, mixed assays, weighable silver 230g.
28th August 2009
A COLLECTION OF APPROXIMATELY TWENTY-ONE, PRINCIPALLY GEORGIAN, SILVER TEASPOONS, mostly Old English pattern, to include one by Peter and Ann Bateman, mixed dates and makers, total 265g
25th November 2016
TWO SILVER TABLE SPOONS, one fiddle pattern, London 1828, the other by Peter and Ann Bateman, London 1796, combined weight 136g
27th July 2012
PETER WILLIAM & Ann Bateman A PAIR OF GEORGIAN SILVER SUGAR TONGS with bright cut decoration, London 1804, and ANOTHER S** H** with reeded border, London 1796
20th December 2013
PETER & Ann Bateman A PAIR OF SILVER SUGAR TONGS having bright cut decoration, London, 1793, and a Kings pattern silver TEASPOON, W S Hutton & Son, London, 1902, 70g total