View Dealers Items
$1,004 - €900
Secure Payments By
This is a wonderful example of a solid sterling silver Lemon Strainer, dating from the reign of George II. It is hallmarked for London 1740, with the maker's mark of George Greenhill Jones. Circular in design with a pierced scroll bowl and handle, it is in very good condition for an item over 200 years old.
Height : 12.5 cm - 4.92 in
Width : 8.5 cm - 3.35 in
Depth : 2.5 cm - 0.98 in
Weight : 64 g - 0.14 lb
The Silver Cabinet has clarified that the George II solid silver lemon strainer (C312 / LA51139) is genuinely of the period declared with the date/period of manufacture being 1740.
In very good condition.
Post and packaging are free within the UK via Royal Mail special delivery. Overseas buyers please e-mail for postage costs. Thank you.
This item is located in West Midlands, United Kingdom.
Please enter any additional details regarding this item:
The Silver Cabinet has 129 items available.View All Dealers Items
Solid Silver Novelty Snuff Box 1902
Unusual Edwardian Solid Silver Lidded Hot Milk Jug
Antique 18th Century Solid Silver Caster
Solid Georgian Silver Nutmeg Grater 1796
Antique Solid Silver Edwardian Photo Frame
Antique Solid Silver Dressing Table Tray 1911
Magnificent Solid Silver Dish Ring 1912
Delicate Victorian Solid Silver Ladle 1892
Antique Edwardian Novelty Solid Silver Pepper Pot
Antique Solid Silver Camel Pin Cushion
Silver Twin-Handled Bowl
Set of Six York Silver Teaspoons
Set of Four Antique Solid Silver Pedestal Salts 1878
Antique Victorian Solid Silver Salver / Tray / Waiter
Antique Solid Silver Swaddled Baby Vesta Case
Pair of Antique Victorian Solid Silver Grape Scissors
Antique Victorian Solid Silver Serving / Table Spoon 1866
Antique George III Silver Caster
Fill out the fom below to ask the dealer a question and request them to call you back.
Please enter your question below:
Please enter your enquiry below:
The Silver Cabinet does not accept instant online payment for this item.
To buy this item please email the dealer using the enquiry form below.