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A fine & beautiful early George III Fruit Strainer made in London in 1767 by William Plummer.


The Strainer has a deep circular bowl, with raised gadrooned rim which is pierced with roundels to simulate a flower head. This example has a beautifully cast side handle decorated with scrolls and a Rococo shell at the top. This piece has a side clip, underneath, so that it could be attached to the side of a punch bowl. This unusual piece is very well marked and is in excellent condition. William Plummer was a specialist pierced worker who made some very fine strainers.

Length: 6.75 inches, 16.88cm.

Diameter of the bowl: 4.25 inches, 10.63 cm.