Here is a neat little antique bone china sugar bowl from a tea service, brightly painted in cobalt blue, light blue, red, green and gilding with flowers and leaves. The pattern number is printed on the bottom in red. I would guess this is from one of the Staffordshire factories, but I’m not sure of the manufacturer. There is a little surface wear, and the only damage is a small chip out of the inner flange where the lid sits. It is six inches lengthwise. Just the thing if you have other pieces in this pattern.


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ITEM ID
T584
TYPE
Pottery
ORIGIN
England • English
PURPOSE
Sugar Bowls, Bowls
ITEM TYPE
Antique

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English Pattern 359 Sugar Bowl C.1830.

$55

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