18th Century European Sugar Nips


Claimed to also have been used as cannon fuse trimmers. This example a battlefield find in rusted overall condition. 8 1/2" length, well forged with a hinged lock band. Ex: Fain family at Fulbeck Hall, Lincolnshire England, and almost certainly from the Anglo-Indian wars which resulted in the death of Tipu Sultan and the defeat of the French in India.

Item ID: FNS5484

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18th Century European Sugar Nips

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