Early Georgian Sterling Silver Lemon Strainer Antique 1729 George II London
Details: A superb and wonderfully scarce antique Georgian George II Sterling silver pierced Lemon Strainer with single handle detail assay marked to the centre London 1729 with rubbed makers marks. This is a truly lovely example of early 18th century silverware and would make an ideal addition to any functional silver collection. This is a wonderful item that would make a perfect gift or addition to any collection. The item is in good condition, all our items are quality conditioned prior to listings however some may have age related signs of wear commensurate with their antique status; please refer to the photos provided as they further inform condition. Please do not hesitate to enquire if you have any questions regarding the product. Dimensions: 12 cm (width including handle) x 8.7 cm (bowl diameter) x 3 cm (bowl depth). All items stated as sterling silver, gold, platinum will be tested and/or hallmarked, quality checked and surveyed to ensure quality and consistency. Equally all stones stated (for example'diamond solitaire ring') will have been tested. Please refer to all the photos and double check dimensions - items are often photographed close up to allow the customer to further view condition & gauge detail.