A very fine George I Fruit Strainer made in London in 1724 by James Goodwin.
A very fine George I Fruit Strainer made in London in 1724 by James Goodwin.
A very fine George I Fruit Strainer made in London in 1724 by James Goodwin.
A very fine George I Fruit Strainer made in London in 1724 by James Goodwin.
A very fine George I Fruit Strainer made in London in 1724 by James Goodwin.
A very fine George I Fruit Strainer made in London in 1724 by James Goodwin.

A very fine George I Fruit Strainer made in London in 1724 by James Goodwin.

1724 London

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This very fine example is of an early date and has a deep circular bowl which is pierced with scroll work and tear drop motifs, centered by a central stylised floral motif. This example has two triangular cast handles pierced with intricate scroll work. The Bowl displays a full set of hallmarks and each handle is marked with the sterling mark. Strainers gained popularity from 1715, therefore this represents a good early example. This piece is in excellent condition, with a good colour.

Length: 6.9 inches, 17.25cm.
Diameter of the bowl: 3.1 inches, 7.75cm.
Weight: 4oz
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