Antique Primitive Metal Colander Strainer Sieve Wooden Pestle
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Circa: 1920 Condition: Used Manufacturer: Unknown
Antique Primitive Metal Colander Strainer Sieve Wooden Pestle. The design for colanders or fruit strainers was originally patented by John H Wilson in 1924 and was called a fruit or vegetable strainer. It became one of the most commonly found pieces in kitchens of the early 1900's and continues to be just as popular today as when it was first introduced. All the parts to this colander are original, it is 8 3/4 inches tall when the strainer is resting on stand, the strainer without the stand is 7 3/4 inches tall and is 7 1/4 inches across the top, comes with the original 10 inch wood pestle. There are three little clamps that the metal strainer snaps into to insure it stays firmly in the base. This set is in excellent condition, no dents to the metal parts, signs of age as to be expected in a piece of this age, unmarked as to who made it. A great addition to your collection and kitchen, perfect for making jelly or fruit and vegetable straining! Please see our listings for additional styles of antique and vintage colanders.