In the late 1800's, sugar was expensive but it was still sprinkled on cereal, berries, fruit and stirred into coffee. The EAPG sugar bowl was kept on the table for easy access. The sugar bowl usually had a lid to keep the flies out of the sugar. These century old pieces of art can be used as candy containers or enjoyed simply for their beautify.
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All items are single quantity, unless otherwise noted.
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EAPG Pattern: Bead Swag Sugar Bowl, milk glass, painted flowers
Company: Heisey Glass Co
EAPG Pattern: Floradora or Bohemian Sugar Bowl, green individual open sugar bowl
Company: U. S Glass
EAPG Pattern: Hexagon Block Sugar Bowl, ruby stained
Company: Hobbs Glass Co
Condition: chips on foot, underneath
EAPG Pattern: Diamond Mat Band or Frazier or Art Sugar Bowl, ruby stained
Company: U S Glass
Excellent Condition: a few scratches on ruby stain
EAPG Pattern: Esther Sugar Bowl, green with gold
Company: Riverside Glass
Excellent Condition: lovely gold
EAPG Pattern: Cone Sugar Bowl, yellow cased glass
Company: Consolidated Lamp
Excellent Condition: small chip
on rim, not noticeable
EAPG Pattern: Florida Sugar Bowl, green, part of a table set
Company: U S Glass Co
EAPG Pattern: Queen Anne or Bearded Man Sugar Bowl
Company: LaBelle Glass Co
Excellent Condition: some roughness on edge of lid, slightly
EAPG Pattern: New Hampshire Maidens Blush Sugar Bowl, : open sugar,
Size: 2 1/2" tall, 3" diameter
Company: US Glass Co
Excellent Condition: pink is worn
EAPG Pattern: Paneled Sprig Sugar Bowl, milk glass with paint
Company: Northwood Glass