Vintage 1860s English Copper Straining Spoon
Product DescriptionA nineteenth century copper straining spoon with a turned wooden handle. This would have been used for skimming the scum from stocks and preserves. It is well made, from a heavy gauge of copper, and then handle is turned from mahogany. The copper section is in very good condition but there is a piece of wood missing from the end of the handle.
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