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Silver Punch Strainer by John Moulinar Circa 1740-45 SOLD

An American silver punch strainer by John Moulinar. New York, NY circa 1740-45.
Length 5 3/4 inches 2 oz 10 dwt.
Exhibited MFA Boston 1911, MoMA NY 1932. SOLD

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This is an early American silver punch strainer that is pierced with small holes in order to strain pulp and seeds. The hook on the side opposite the handle is used to steady the strainer and the piercings are arranged in a decorative floral pattern. This piece is marked twice with “IM” in a rectangle. SOLD

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