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1.69.1147C-D
sugar bowl | China | green |...
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1.69.1147C-D | ca. 1900 | H: 4.5 in | China sugar bowl and lid, white with green, red and black poppy flower design. | 1.69.1147c-d.jpg | poppy flower | sugar bowl | China | green | Red | painted | black

1.69.609
Silver P. Co. | sugar bowl |...
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1.69.609 | ca. 1875 | H: 5.25 in, diameter of opening: 3.25 in | Inscribed on bottom in circular design: Rockford/(scales)/Silver P. Co./Quadruple/994 | Silver plated sugar bowl with decorative engraving. (A) lid, (B) bowl. | 1.69.609.jpg | sugar bowl | silver plated | Silver P. Co.

1.69.105F
sugar bowl | silver
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1.69.105F | 1903 | H: 4 in, handle to handle: 7.5 in, base diameter: 3 in | Engraved left side: TE (brand), Engraved right side: WFC, Proof marks stamped on bottom: W.M. & S (crown) (lion) i | Sugar bowl, silver with raised floral design and silver handles. | 1.69.105 v2.jpg | 1.69.105 v1.jpg | floral | sugar bowl | silver

1.69.1846C
sugar bowl | English made | ...
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1.69.1846C | 1901 | width at shoulders: 3.125 in, creamer height: 4.055 in, creamer width: 2.875 in, creamer depth: 2.25 in | Engraved on each piece: Col. W.F. Cody/to his niece/Mary Jester/Duluth 1901. | Sterling silver sugar bowl (C). English made. Hallmarks on base. | 1.69.1846c.jpg | sugar bowl | English made | black wood | teapot | engraved | handle | sterling silver

1.69.1158
sugar bowl | pressed | clear...
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1.69.1158 | ca. 1900 | H: 3.25 in, Diameter: 3 in | Clear pressed glass sugar bowl c. 1900. | 1.69.1158.JPG | sugar bowl | pressed | clear glass

1.69.5449C
sugar bowl | metal | wood
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1.69.5449C | H: 8.25 in, width: 9 in, depth: 9 in | Gift of the Quin Blair Family | On bottom of teapot in center: [B], on bottom of creamer in center: [A A], on bottom of sugar in center: [N] | Part of a tea set of metal. Motif of 4 hearts joined in the shape of a circle on both front and back sides. Two metal handles on either side. | 1.69.5449c.jpg | sugar bowl | metal | wood

1.69.1157A
sugar bowl | pressed | clear...
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1.69.1157A | ca. 1900 | H: 3 in | Clear pressed glass sugar bowl, c. 1900. | 1.69.1157a.JPG | sugar bowl | pressed | clear glass

1.69.86
Pittsburgh | sugar bowl | gl...
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1.69.86 | 1893 | Diameter: 4 in, H: 4 in, Diameter: 4 in, H: 2.5 in | Sugar bowl is inscribed on one side: Buffalo Bill's/Wild West, Opposite side: World's Fair/1893 | Sugar bowl (A) and lid (B), pressed glass, thumbprint pattern, clear bottom with red painted top. Probably made in Pittsburgh. Ruby glass souvenirs were sold at the Columbian Exposition, Chicago 1893, and were first popularized there. | 1.69.86AB.JPG | 1.69.86ab.jpg | thumbprint pattern | sugar bowl | glass | pressed | red painted | Pittsburgh

1.69.181
Pittsburgh | sugar bowl | gl...
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1.69.181 | 1893 | H: 4 x 2.5 in, Diameter: 4 x 4 in, base diameter: 3.25 in | Top inscribed one side: Buffalo Bill's/Wild West, Other side inscribed: World's Fair/1893 | Sugar bowl (A) and lid (B), pressed glass, clear thumbprint base with red painted top. Probably made in Pittsburgh. Ruby glass souvenirs were sold at the Columbian Exposition, Chicago 1893 and first popularized there. | 1.69.181 v2.jpg | 1.69.181 v1.jpg | thumbprint pattern | sugar bowl | glass | red painted | pressed | Pittsburgh