Category Archives: Lindley Strainer

Some Turn of the Century Cocktail Strainer Patents

I recently came across a silver plated antique cocktail strainer that resembled a Hawthorne-like strainer: It had what I believed to be French hallmarks and had a wire ring that was the same as contained in William Wright’s 1892 patent for … Continue reading

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Blame It On Boardman

A while back I came to appreciate the beauty and rarity of silver plated products produced by L. Boardman & Son of East Haddam, Connecticut.  I’ve written a post on the history of Luther Boardman which you can find in this … Continue reading

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