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Strainer, wire; Ironside Son & Co; [?]; CT08.4814

Strainer, wire; Ironside Son & Co; [?]; CT08.4814
Name/Title
Strainer, wire
About this object
Wire strainer; an automatic lever strainer, made in Britain by Ironside Son & Co. This consists of a long iron lever with a short length of chain attached and a second length of chain not attached.
This is one of the first wire strainers used by the donor's grandfather.

Maker Role
Manufacturer
Date Made
[?]
Medium and Materials
processed material, metal, iron
Inscription and Marks
Cast into the lever: 'IRONSIDE SON & CO PAGE-IRONSIDE PATENT / LONDON AUTOMATIC LEVER STRAINER'
Measurements
h 25mm x l 480mm x w 155mm
Medium

Subject and Association Keywords
agriculture, animal culture, equipment and supplies
Credit Line
From the collection of Owaka Museum Wahi Kahuika The Meeting Place "a rest on your journey"
Object number
CT08.4814

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