Archaeological Colander - Fish Strainer

Description
Archaeological Colander - Fish Strainer
Netherlands - 17th century

Archaeological finds Fish Colander/Strainer

This red earthenware colander served to drain fish mid 1600's

This earthenware pottery is made from clay and glaced, just like bricks and roof, floor and wall tiles. As the soil in south-west Netherland, around Rotterdam, predominantly consists of red clay, the presence of numerous pot, tile and pan factories in that area need not be wondered at. 

W 34.5 cm x H 8.5 cm
Weight : 2 kg


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It'll be proper packed and shipped with track&Trace



You will usually receive your parcel after payment between 2/13 businessDays within Europe.
Outside of Europe, it'll take between 2 & 5 weeks.

Lot details
Object
Archaeological Colander
Material
Fish Strainer
Estimated Period
17th century
Country of Origin
Netherlands
Condition
Excellent condition - barely used with minimal signs of aging & wear
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