A rare George III sterling silver nutmeg grater, 1818 Birmingham, with maker's mark for Samuel Pemberton, of petite cylindrical form with horizontal ribs and bands to rim and base, surmounted by a domed lid; hallmarked to the removable base. Silver weight
A George III silver oval nutmeg grater, engraved with an armorial of a gent holding a large quill above 'I Mean Well' to the ribbon, punched border, fine border detail to the sides, conforming decoration to the hinged lid face, original steel grater. Londo
A fine William IV sterling silver nutmeg grater by Ip, possibly John Pringle, Perth 1830 of oval form, with engraved monogram to the hinged cover, opening to the grater, 5.5 cm wide, 3.5 cm deep, 2.5 cm high
Two George III sterling silver nutmeg graters by Thomas Phipps & Edward Robinson, London 1810 and 1811, including one with engraved initial 'H' surmounted by an eagle's head, the other with a shell and foliate surmount and gadrooned sides, together with a
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