Antique George VI Sterling silver tea strainer(sold)

Hallmarked in Birmingham for 1938 by William Suckling.

Sterling Silver.



An Antique George VI Sterling silver tea strainer which has a plain round bowl with pierced holes for straining the tea and a long patterned handle designed to rest comfortably on any size cup. The strainer sits neatly on a plain circular bowl which is practical for catching any residue drips of tea. This silver tea strainer remains in excellent condition and would be perfect to use for afternoon tea.

Worldwide shipping is included within the price of this silver tea strainer.

Additional Information

Height : 4.30 cms.

Length : 14.20 cms.

Diameter of bowl : 6.00 cms.

Weight : 2.40 troy ounces (74 grams).

Excellent condition.


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