The Robert and Meredith Green Collection of Silver Nutmeg Graters
Silver Nutmeg Graters, which showcases 125 examples from the Robert and Meredith Green collection, enables scholars, students, and collectors to appreciate an exquisite collection of decorative arts objects. The graters range from a seventeenth-century example of lute design to one recently made by a former Colonial Williamsburg silversmith.
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