A copper funnel

Market Lavington Museum is situated in a house dating from 1846. One of its rooms is the kitchen, complete with its range.

This room provides an ideal setting for our many items of kitchenware, which were all used locally.

Amongst these, we have a copper and brass funnel.

Here it is perched in a tumbler. Looking inside, we see that it was designed to strain the liquid passing through it.

It dates from the late 19th century and is currently on display with other items of kitchenware dating from a similar period.

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