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SUPERB 18thC RARE GEORGIAN ANTIQUE SILVER NUTMEG GRATER DAVID FIELD Circa 1745

SUPERB 18thC RARE GEORGIAN ANTIQUE SILVER NUTMEG GRATER DAVID FIELD Circa 1745
SUPERB 18thC RARE GEORGIAN ANTIQUE SILVER NUTMEG GRATER DAVID FIELD Circa 1745
SUPERB 18thC RARE GEORGIAN ANTIQUE SILVER NUTMEG GRATER DAVID FIELD Circa 1745
SUPERB 18thC RARE GEORGIAN ANTIQUE SILVER NUTMEG GRATER DAVID FIELD Circa 1745
SUPERB 18thC RARE GEORGIAN ANTIQUE SILVER NUTMEG GRATER DAVID FIELD Circa 1745
SUPERB 18thC RARE GEORGIAN ANTIQUE SILVER NUTMEG GRATER DAVID FIELD Circa 1745
SUPERB 18thC RARE GEORGIAN ANTIQUE SILVER NUTMEG GRATER DAVID FIELD Circa 1745

SUPERB 18thC RARE GEORGIAN ANTIQUE SILVER NUTMEG GRATER DAVID FIELD Circa 1745    SUPERB 18thC RARE GEORGIAN ANTIQUE SILVER NUTMEG GRATER DAVID FIELD Circa 1745
This is a superb and rare George II silver egg form nutmeg grater dating to around 1745 made by the excellent silversmith David Field who specialised in making silver nutmeg graters. The condition is outstanding with no damage or repairs and it has a lovely patina, as can be seen from the photos which form part of the description. (There are some reflections of my ceiling in the photos unfortunately). You may find other Georgian egg shaped nutmeg graters for sale but most are not in this very fine condition.

I can guarantee that you will not be disappointed with this in your collection. The steel grater is also in excellent condition as are the threads on both halves of the egg. The length is 1.5 inches or approx 35mm. The item "SUPERB 18thC RARE GEORGIAN ANTIQUE SILVER NUTMEG GRATER DAVID FIELD Circa 1745" is in sale since Monday, August 23, 2021. This item is in the category "Antiques\Silver\Solid Silver\Other Solid Silver".

The seller is "anlincs" and is located in brigg. This item can be shipped worldwide.

  • Pattern: Georgian
  • Composition: Solid Silver
  • Style: Antique


SUPERB 18thC RARE GEORGIAN ANTIQUE SILVER NUTMEG GRATER DAVID FIELD Circa 1745    SUPERB 18thC RARE GEORGIAN ANTIQUE SILVER NUTMEG GRATER DAVID FIELD Circa 1745