A Scottish silver Tea Strainer and Stand modelled on a spoon in the Traprain silver hoard.
A Scottish silver Tea Strainer and Stand, after a Traprain pattern, by Brook and Son, Edinburgh 1927. The base of the stand struck with the retailer’s name ‘Brook and Son, 87, George Street, Edinburgh.’ The strainer itself is a pierced version of the Traprain dolphin-handled spoon.
For the catalogue of ‘Traprain’ silver by Brook and Son, see the ‘Research’ tab of this Website.
Good overall. Marks clear. Minor surface wear.
Height – 4.80 cm.; Width – 10.60 cm.; Depth – 5.30 cm.; Weight – 53 gms.