Reamers, or juice squeezers, have been known since 1767, although most of those collected today date from the twentieth century. It is often a dish with a pointed-top cone in the center that squeezes the juice from the fruit held in the dish. Figural reamers are among the most prized. For more information, explore our identification guides for kitchenware and tableware, glassdinnerware and its shapessilver, and porcelain


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