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VINTAGE DREIZACK ROSTFREI ( STAINLESS STEEL) LEMON SQUEEZER

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Here is a wonderful vintage gadget from Dreizack in Germany for squeezing lemon or lime wedges. It is useful for cocktails, fish or salad and for squeezing into tea. It is made of stainless steel and is hinged in the middle with pouring spouts on each side and one in the middle. This is a very sturdy gadget and comes in its original retro box. Would make a great gift. Marked with the Trident symbol and GERMANY 18/8 and to the box DREIZACK SOLINGEN ROSTFREI and in EnglishTRIDENT LEMON SQUEEZER STAINLESS STEEL.

SIZE: length 7.5 cm/ 3 inches
WEIGHT:72g

CONDITION: Excellent. The box shows some signs of age.

Price: 14.50 Product code: K.CUT.44

In stock: 1

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