The tea strainer is a tool that is placed in the teapot and then placed in the cup to prevent the tea leaves from running into the cup before the tea is opened in the teapot. Kung Fu spit out the troubles of tea leaves. Originally purchased from the Netherlands in the early 20th century, old copper-plated silver plated Dutch city Appelscha antique tea tea filter In early European tea, the tea strainer on the top of the teacup was placed, and the whole handle was decorated with patterns. There is some silver plating on the bottom of the filter bowl to expose the part of the copper tire underneath, please see the photo. The holes in the bottom are different, and this piece is designed as a scattering hole. Basic cleaning has been done to remove most of the surface oxidation and stains. If purchased, please use the dish cleaner to clean it before use. Size: filter bowl diameter is about 6 cm, only one Please refer to the photo for details. If you are very demanding on the new and old details of the product, please consider carefully and purchase again. Thank you.