Sugar bowl (dishware)

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For other uses, see Sugar Bowl (disambiguation).
Sugar bowl from the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway, made by Harrison & Howson for dining car service

A sugar bowl is a small bowl designed for holding sugar or sugar cubes, to be served with tea or coffee in the Western tradition, that is an integral part of a tea set.

Notable sugar bowls[edit]

  • Gustav IV Adolf of Sweden presented a pair of silver sugar bowls to Johan Sederholm, his godfather, in 1796.[1]
  • The Fondazione Palazzo Coronini Cronberg Foundation of Gorizia has a Venetian sugar bowl of the Napoleonic period.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "silver sugar bowl". Johan Sederholm. 
  2. ^ Serenella Ferrari Benedetti. "A Napoleonic sugar bowl from Fondazione Palazzo Coronini Cronberg". Argenti da Tavola e Posate (Table silver and silverware). ASCAS.