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An extremely rare George III Kitchen Pepper, almost certainly of Scottish origin, and made circa 1760.


The Kitchen Pepper is of an unusual design peculiar to Scotland. The cylindrical body is plain in design and decorated with reeding. The pull off cover has a high domed centre pierced with plain roundels. This piece has an unusual ring handle attached to the main body with an oval moulding. The Pepper is in excellent condition and this is only the second example we have seen over the years. Similar pieces are shown in Investing in Silver by Eric Delieb, page 67.

Height: 2 inches, 5cm.

Base Diameter: 1.45 inches, 3.63cm.