As I understand, we usually talk about gravity at a macro scale, with "objects" and their "centre(s) of mass". However, since gravity is a property of mass generally (at least under the classical interpretation), it should therefore apply to individual mass-carrying particles as well.
Has this ever been shown experimentally? For example, isolating two particles in some manner and then observing an attraction between them not explained by other forces.
To pose the question another way, let's say I have a hypothesis that gravitation is only an emergent property of larger systems, and our known equations only apply to systems above some lower bound in size. Is there any experiment that reasonably disproves this hypothesis?