English silver tea strainer and stand with ivory handle, by Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Company, 1916, London, UK
T3388 Tea Strainer with Ornate Cup and Wood handle A German Sterling silver swivel tea strainer on a chased sterling cup with a wooden handle. Manufactured by Berthold Muller with London import marks for 1911. Length with handle: 5 1/2" Price: $325.00
Aiguiere couverte en argent et vermeil par Hans Fruhinsfeld, Nuremberg, vers 1650 - Sotheby's
Simons sterling teapot tea ball (tea infuser) in form of a tea kettle hanging on a hand hammered footed stand (drip tray) with matching monograms CAD, c. 1900?, silver, USA
Same reason why the original Star Wars movies were WAAAAY better than the prequel trilogy. They actually made things, props, animatronics. Stuff you could touch and look at and interact with. Actually seeing a giant T-rex staring at you is nothing like staring at a cardboard cutout or a tennis ball on a stick.