Dimensions:W: 10cm (3.9")H: 17cm (6.7")L: 30cm (11.8")
A Georgian sugar nipper made from cast iron with turned treen handle mounted on a walnut rectangular base. Such pieces, with spade shaped cutters, were used to break off a lump from a sugar loaf or cone which would then be granulated in a pestle and mortar. An unusual item of social history remaining in good condition. Circa 1800.
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