A Dutch die-cast solid silver structure tea strainer/lemon strainer. Figural-form, decorated with pierced scrolls, foliage and tavern scene on both sides of strainer.Handle beautifully decorated with pierced three-mast galeon. Please look and inspect all the photos. Marked into a well: "D", "Palm tree", "S" into an oval punch for maker(s). Marked on both sides of tavern scene with: "Minerva head" with "A" for Amsterdam assay office; "Lion passant 2" for minimum. 833/1000 silver purity; date letter "D" for 1938 See photos with red arrows.
Made in Amsterdam, Holland/Netherlands, ca. 1938 Photos will tell you more. Weight: 1.31 troy oz. Some dark tarnish/patina into ornaments what is not a defect, free of dings, dents and losses.
Dark spots you are seeing, are reflections of a camera and other objects. Commensurate with age, the condition is excellent. Rare for its maker(s) and overall condition. This item is in the category "Antiques\Silver\Non-U. The seller is "anyfr8" and is located in this country: US.
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