An unusual George III Strainer made in London in 1807 by John Emes.
An unusual George III Strainer made in London in 1807 by John Emes.
An unusual George III Strainer made in London in 1807 by John Emes.
An unusual George III Strainer made in London in 1807 by John Emes.

An unusual George III Strainer made in London in 1807 by John Emes.

1807 London

Offered by Mary Cooke Antiques Ltd

£1,150 gbp
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The Strainer is of an unusual small size and would be ideal to use as a tea strainer. This example has a reeded rim and unusual pointed, reeded, side handles. The bowl is pierced with roundels to form a most beautiful design. The side of the strainer is engraved with a contemporary Crest and is very well marked in the centre of the piercing. This example is of the finest quality and is in excellent condition.

Length, handle to handle: 7 inches, 17.5cm.
Diameter of the strainer: 3.6 inches, 9cm.
Weight: 5oz.
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