Sugar bowl cover reproduction

The sugar bowl lid is complete. It is circular in shape, with a plain rim. In profile, the lid has a flat top and a wall sloping towards the wing, which is narrow. The center has a circular grip knob. The lid has a circular collar, the underside of which is unglazed; the decoration is molded and hand-painted in two-tone yellow and brown over glaze. The molded decoration touches the grip knob and the center of the top of the lid. The painted decoration covers the top and outer rim, the latter adorned with a brown painted fillet. The plant motif consists of leafy and flowering stems with an insect. The knob has been molded separately: it takes the form of a flower lying on the lid, whose stem and leaves, molded in relief, are also painted.

  • Accession Number 2018.10.542
  • Date 1910 c
  • Materials ceramic, white earthenware
  • Measurements 6,1 x 11,492 cm
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  • Accession Number 2018.10.542
  • Date 1910 c
  • Materials ceramic, white earthenware
  • Measurements 6,1 x 11,492 cm
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© Collection Pointe-à-Callière, Paul-Gaston L'Anglais fonds,2018.010.0542
Photo by René Bouchard

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