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Philadelphia Sugar Bowl

Photo of Philadelphia Sugar Bowl
Height: 
5.50"
Diameter: 
4.25"
Price: 
$300.00
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The Sugar Bowl is an original design with an 18th century Philadelphia influence. It too stands about 5.5″ tall. Many 18th century sugar bowls used tankard lids for covers and mine is no different. The beaded finial is from the drum-shaped William Will teapot. It’s a wonderful thing when recycled parts work with new designs.

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