Harras 52 Manual Nut-Spice Mill Grater, Cast Iron & Tin, Wooden Handle.
Harras 52 Manual Nut-Spice Mill Grater, Cast Iron and Tin, Wooden Handle, Made in Germany.
This Is a Wonderful Antique Nut-Spice Mill Grater, Made In Germany, Circa Early 1900s. The Brand Is a Harras 52, It Is a Mixed Metal Tin and Cast Iron, With Wooden Handle. It Has Its Original Paint and It Has Maintained It's Wonderful Patina. This Would Make a Beautiful added Decor Piece To Your Country Kitchen Or For That Rustic Farm House Look, Or On a Wall In Your Modern Kitchen. This Would Make a Wonderful Conversation Piece.
Before The Manual Nut Spice Mill Grater
Mortar and Pestles were described in the Ebers papyrus from Ancient Egypt, dating back to 1550BC. It is the oldest preserved piece of medical literature discovered. It is estimated that mortar and pestles were used for 6,000 years before this for food preparation, mostly for the grinding of spices. They are unique in that their design has largely remained unchanged over the last 10,000 years. They were also commonly used in Egypt for the grinding of cosmetics. Mortars and pestles are also mentioned in the Old Testament, they were an essential tool of civilizations everywhere.
Item Code - KIT7C92DYA
Width: 5 1/2" Height: 13 1/2" Depth: 9 1/8" Weight: 1.494 kg
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