Blog Posts tagged with georgian silver

Stunning George II Silver Epergne by Ann Craig and John Neville.  Theirs was one of only a handful of female/male silversmithing partnerships to ever exist

A Woman’s Touch: The Masterpieces of Female Silversmiths

Posted: December 11, 2010 09:31 Last Updated: | Bill Rau

The contributions of women are one, if not the most, overlooked aspect in the history of silver craftsmanship. The natural elegance and refinement exhibited in the works created by the hand of female silversmiths set them apart from all others, and, in many cases, are considered the finest masterworks ever made. It is imperative to remind ourselves that, until fairly recently, women had very little rights under the law in the industrialized world, and were at the mercy of the men in their lives in every respect, including profession (if one were even allowed a career). Most women who di...


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