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c. 1890 Wooden Spice Nutmeg Grinder / Grater from ohiosattic on Ruby Lane Here's a wonderful treenware spice grinder from my personal collection. It's large, standing 6 7/8" H. x 2 1/2" bottom D. It has a "pestle" type cap which has a tin grater attached, with a corresponding grater piece in the grinder's body, and is in excellent and usable condition. It shows a nice old nut-brown patina and good wear. No cracks, 3 shallow (old) chips seen in photo 3.

c. 1890 Wooden Spice Nutmeg Grinder / Grater from ohiosattic on Ruby Lane Here's a wonderful treenware spice grinder from my personal collection. It's large, standing 6 7/8" H. x 2 1/2" bottom D. It has a "pestle" type cap which has a tin grater attached, with a corresponding grater piece in the grinder's body, and is in excellent and usable condition. It shows a nice old nut-brown patina and good wear. No cracks, 3 shallow (old) chips seen in photo 3.

Graters I want to decorate my kitchen with these. #home decor

Hand punched tin graters ~♥~

Primitive Rusty Round Tin Cheese Grater by cynthiasattic on Etsy

19th century Treenware Mortar and Pestle, American. Original dry red painted surface

Standard or Rajah Nutmeg Grater. Advertised in the 1885 Simmons Hardware catalog as the "Rajah" grater this nutmeg grater has a turned wood handle with a tin body. There is a spring loaded knob which is pulled back to load the nutmeg and maintains pressure against the grating wheel. In good condition with a few minor dents in the tin body. 6-1/8"

A 19th Century sycamore five tier spice tower

Mustard-painted Turned Wooden Mortar with a Porcelain and Wood Pestle, 19th century