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A fine George III Pocket Nutmeg Grater made in London in1806 by Thomas Phipps & Edward Robinson.


The Nutmeg Grater is broad rectangular in form with cut corners. Both the cover and base are engraved with unusual diamond motifs containing flower heads on a scratch engraved ground. The cover also displays a vacant oval cartouche, and the base one of the most finely concealed hinges we have ever seen on a box. The sides are also engraved with an eclectic mix of prick dot and wriggle work bands, as well as trellis work and prick dot panels.

Length: 1.9 inches.

Width: 1.3 inches.

Height: 0.9 inches.