Ah, sugar and so many ways to deal with it. We all know the Sugar Shell, often times these are one of the most attractive pieces we have. They are so named because the bowl of the spoon is shell shaped and they are designed to be used with the sugar dish. Then we have the Sugar Spoon, used to serve granulated sugar, looks very much like a teaspoon or cream soup spoon. If you have sugar cubes (or lumps) then you must use Sugar Tongs to pick them up. But, then I came to theSugar Sifter, and I am still trying to find out what in the Dickens it is for. Stay tuned.
(Sugar Sifter shown in Ailanthus by Tiffany 5 1/2 inches)
(Sugar Tongs in Olympian by Tiffany 5 inches)
(Sugar Shell in Ivy by Whiting 5 5/8 inches)
(Sugar Shovel in No. 43 by Towle 5 5/8 inches)
(Sugar Spoon in Pompadour by Whiting 6 inches)