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Silver Sugar Bowl, France, 1950
Located in Paris, FR
Beautiful silver sugar cubes bowl with an old helmet style holder. Excellent quality and condition. France 1950. Measures: H 11 cm x D 7.5 cm.
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Vintage 1950s French French Provincial Serving Pieces

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Silver

  • Silver Sugar Bowl, France, 1950
  • Silver Sugar Bowl, France, 1950
  • Silver Sugar Bowl, France, 1950
  • Silver Sugar Bowl, France, 1950
H 4.34 in. Dm 3.15 in.
Magnificent Silver Sugar Bowl with Gilding, Adolphe Boulenger Paris, around 1890
By Hautin, Boulenger et Cie 1
Located in Vienna, AT
Silver vessel as a breakthrough work on feet, standing on an oval ground plan, richly decorated with wreaths of flowers, monogrammed heart-shaped cartouches, festons and pilasters, o...
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Vintage 1920s French Art Nouveau Sterling Silver

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Silver

19th Century French Silver Plated over Copper and Crystal Sugar or Candy Bowl
Located in Dallas, TX
This elegant and large antique sugar bowl was crafted in France, circa 1870.; made of cut crystal and silver plated over copper, the dish sits on a square base over round feet. It fe...
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Antique Late 19th Century French Napoleon III Serving Pieces

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Crystal, Silver Plate, Copper

Franco-Prussian War Commemorative Sugar Bowl
Located in Doylestown, PA
A porcelain sugar bowl with lid commemorating the cease-fire in the Franco-Prussian War, circa 1871. Collection of Pierre Moulin, founder of Pierre Deux shops.
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Antique Late 19th Century French Napoleon III Porcelain

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Porcelain

Opaline Mug and Sugar Bowl, 19th Century
Located in Saint-Ouen, FR
Opaline mug and sugar bowl, painted and enameled, 19th century, Napoleon III. Measures: Mug: H 34 cm. L 14 cm. D 14 cm. Sugar bowl: H 15 cm. L 27 cm. D 17 cm. Possibly disso...
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Antique 19th Century French Napoleon III Centerpieces

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Art Glass

  • Opaline Mug and Sugar Bowl, 19th Century
  • Opaline Mug and Sugar Bowl, 19th Century
  • Opaline Mug and Sugar Bowl, 19th Century
  • Opaline Mug and Sugar Bowl, 19th Century
H 13.39 in. W 5.52 in. D 5.52 in.
Decorative French Ceramic Sugar Bowl by Fernande Kohler, 'circa 1960s'
Located in London, GB
Decorative French ceramic sugar bowl by Fernande Kohler, (c. 1960s). Fired Vallauris red clay forms the structure of this delightful bowl. The earthenware is accented both on the bas...
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Vintage 1960s French Bohemian Serving Bowls

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Ceramic

Set of Four Pieces Pair Silver Plate Water Carafes Coffee Pot and Sugar Bowl
By FLAMANT
Located in Brescia, IT
The modern and timeless style of this set is perfect to serve coffee or tea and to give bright at your home.
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21st Century and Contemporary French Modern Serving Pieces

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Silver Plate

Majolica Shell Creamer & Sugar Bowl Set- 2 Pieces Circa 1950
Located in The Hills, TX
Majolica shell creamer & sugar bowl Circa 1950. Sugar bowl with lid / 4" by 4" , H / 3 inches. Creamer / 4.3" by 3.5" , H / 3 inches.
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Vintage 1950s French Mid-Century Modern Tea Sets

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Ceramic

19th Century French Painted Ceramic Barbotine Sugar Bowl with Lid and Cow Decor
Located in Dallas, TX
This richly painted Majolica "bonbonniere" was sculpted in France, circa 1880. The round ceramic sugar dish features a lid with dog head knob, and is decorated with two cow’s sculptu...
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Antique Late 19th Century French Serving Bowls

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Ceramic, Majolica

19th Century Majolica Palm Sugar Bowl Sarreguemines
By Sarreguemines
Located in The Hills, TX
Rare Majolica palm sugar bowl Sarreguemines, circa 1880.
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Antique 1880s French Majolica Pottery Platters and Serveware

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Majolica, Ceramic, Faience

Hermès Porcelain "Bleus d'Ailleurs " Sugar Bowl, France, Modern
By Hermès
Located in Cagliari, IT
Hermès "Bleus d' Ailleurs": bring together daily life and the imagery of travel on your table with a graceful nomadic blue. A story of “white and blue” made up of endless journeys be...
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2010s French Modern Porcelain

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Porcelain

Robert Picault Vallauris Art Pottery Sugar Bowl, 1950s
By Vallauris
Located in Bishop's Stortford, Hertfordshire
A rare and important stunning French art pottery sugar bowl by Robert Picault and made in Vallauris in the South of France. Working closely to Picasso each piece is hand decorated wi...
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Mid-20th Century French Tableware

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Pottery

Hermès Circus Tea Service, Porcelain Teapot, Cream Jug and Sugar Bowl
Located in Copenhagen, Denmark
Hermès circus tea service. Porcelain teapot, cream jug and sugar bowl. Late 20th century. The teapot measures: 27.5 x 17.5 cm. Sugar bowl measures: 14 x 11 cm. In perfect conditio...
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Late 20th Century French Porcelain

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Porcelain

Marc Jacquart Paris Silver Sugar Bowl and Cover, 1789-1809
Located in Firenze, IT
The open-work plinth on four feet, the fluted plain bowl inside a pierced construction with lion heads and anthemion, the cover surmounted by grape bunch finial. Marked on base and ...
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Antique Late 18th Century French Louis XVI Sterling Silver

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Silver

Christofle Albi Sugar Bowl and Creamer Silver Plated
By Christofle
Located in Miami Beach, FL
Christofle silver plated sugar bowl with lid and creamer in the Albi pattern, Sugar bowl is 4.5" H x 3.75" W. The creamer pitcher is 3.25" H x 4.25" W. They are from an estate - ...
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20th Century French Serving Pieces

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Silver Plate

Majolica Strawberry Sugar Bowl Sarreguemines Majolica, circa 1870
By Sarreguemines
Located in The Hills, TX
Rare Majolica sugar bowl signed Sarreguemines Majolica, circa 1870. Strawberry pattern.
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Antique 1870s French Country Serving Bowls

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Ceramic

19th Century French Painted Ceramic Barbotine Sugar Bowl with Lid and Cow Decor
Located in Dallas, TX
This richly painted Majolica "bonbonniere" was sculpted in France, circa 1880. The round ceramic sugar dish features a lid with dog head knob, and is decorated with two cow’s sculptu...
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Antique Late 19th Century French Serving Bowls

Materials

Ceramic, Majolica

French Silver Sugar Bowl Glass For Sale on 1stDibs

At 1stDibs, there are many versions of the ideal piece of French silver sugar bowl glass for your home. An item from our selection of French silver sugar bowl glass — often made from ceramic, metal and silver — can elevate any home. Find 11 options for an antique or vintage choice in our collection of French silver sugar bowl glass now, or shop our selection of 2 modern versions for a more contemporary example of this long-cherished piece. There are many kinds of the object in our assortment of French silver sugar bowl glass you’re looking for, from those produced as long ago as the 18th Century to those made as recently as the 21st Century. Each option in this array of French silver sugar bowl glass bearing Modern or Louis XVI hallmarks is very popular. A well-made piece of French silver sugar bowl glass has long been a part of the offerings for many furniture designers and manufacturers, but those produced by Sarreguemines, Christofle and FLAMANT are consistently popular.

How Much is a French Silver Sugar Bowl Glass?

Prices for a piece of French silver sugar bowl glass can differ depending upon size, time period and other attributes — at 1stDibs, they begin at $250 and can go as high as $5,642, while the average can fetch as much as $750.

Finding the Right Serveware, Ceramics, Silver and Glass for You

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