Rogers & Bro. Star Julep

Here is an antique silver plated julep strainer marked “Rogers & Bro. A1” preceded by the star symbol. It measures about 5 and 3/4ths inches in length and the bowl measures approximately 2 and 3/4ths inches wide. The pattern is a classic “back tipped” design.

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This strainer, with the open star in the handle, was featured in the 1892 Rogers & Bro. Catalog and was called the “Star” julep strainer in that catalog. The photo shows this strainer on that catalog page.

Harry Johnson, in his 1888 book, “The New and Improved Illustrated Bartender’s Manual” states that the strainer should be placed in the drink and served (you can read more about this in my blog post mentioned below).

Please see my blog post, The Victorian Bar, here: http://queenofsienna.wordpress.com/2013/06/29/the-victorian-bar/

This strainer can be found for sale here, at my Etsy shop:

https://www.etsy.com/listing/542769508/silver-plated-star-julep-strainer-rogers

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