Victorian Silver And Blue Glass Covered Sugar Basket The Barnard London 1843
Victorian Silver and blue glass covered sugar basket by The Barnard London 1843 with lattice work frame applied with a leaf-and-berry garland, raised on four acanthus-headed scroll feet with blue glass liners to the lid and the base section .12,5cm high 15 cm wide , 595g in total.
Sugar baskets are the smallest of antique basket tableware, they were used to hold sugar for tea or sweetening foods. More of a decorative and novelty item, the popularity of these pieces was due to the demand items of silver tableware.
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