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[Black slaves working in sugar mill. Hispaniola. Part 5, plate 2]

[Black slaves working in sugar mill. Hispaniola. Part 5, plate 2]

Illus. in: De Bay, Americae...1590. Reference copy may be in E141.B88. Reference copy may be in SSF (Gr) - Plantation crops Sugar, LOT 4410A. This record contains unverified, old data from caption card.

Sugar bowl
Sugar bowl
Sugar bowl
Sugar bowl
Sugar bowl
Sugar bowl
[Sugar manufacture in the Antilles Isles]

[Sugar manufacture in the Antilles Isles]

Illus. in: Rochfort, Histoire Naturelle ... (Rotterdam, 1665), illus. between pp. 332-333. Reference copy may be in SSF (Gr). This record contains unverified, old data from caption card. Caption card tracings: ... More

[West Indies: manufacture of sugar]

[West Indies: manufacture of sugar]

Illus. in: Du Tertre, Histoire generale des Antilles habitees par les François, Paris, 1667-1671, between pp. 122-123. Reference copy may be in SSF (Gr) - INDUSTRY FOOD MISC. 1667. This record contains unverifi... More

[Sugar manufacture in the Antilles Islands]

[Sugar manufacture in the Antilles Islands]

Illus. in: Rochfort, Histoire Moral ... (Lyon, 1667), illus. oppos. p. 115. Reference copy may be in SSF (Gr) - INDUSTRY SUGAR MISC. 1667. This record contains unverified, old data from caption card. Caption ca... More

Sugar box
Sugar bowl
Sugar bowl

Sugar bowl

Meissen Manufactory (German, 1710–present)

Sugar bowl with cover
Sugar bowl

Sugar bowl

Sèvres Manufactory (French, 1740–present)

Sugar Bowl

Sugar Bowl

Made in China

Sugar bowl
Sugar bowl with cover (part of a service)

Sugar bowl with cover (part of a service)

Meissen Manufactory (German, 1710–present)

Sugar bowl with cover (part of a service)

Sugar bowl with cover (part of a service)

Naples Royal Porcelain Manufactory (Ferdinand IV period, ca. 1771–ca. 1807)

Covered Sugar Bowl

Covered Sugar Bowl

Made in China

Sugar Bowl

Sugar Bowl

Made in China

Sugar bowl
Sugar bowl

Sugar bowl

William Adams (1745–1805, active 1780–1804)

Sugar spoon

Sugar spoon

Jan Pereboom (1725–1805, master 1751)

Sugar Box
Sugar caster

Sugar caster

David André (master 1703, died 1743)

Sugar Box

Sugar Box

Only ten casket-form sugar boxes of colonial American manufacture are known. Probably John Coney (1655/56–1722) Made in New Castle, New Hampshire, United States

Sugar box
Sugar box

Sugar box

Ebenezer Roe (entered 1709)

Sugar bowl with cover

Sugar bowl with cover

John Clifton Sr. (warden in 1723, master in 1725)

Sugar Box
Sugar box
Sugar bowl with cover

Sugar bowl with cover

William Bellassyse (active 1716–23)

Sugar bowl with cover (part of a service)

Sugar bowl with cover (part of a service)

Meissen Manufactory (German, 1710–present)

Miniature sugar bowl with cover

Miniature sugar bowl with cover

David Clayton (British, active 1689)

Sugar Box
Sugar box with cover

Sugar box with cover

Meissen Manufactory (German, 1710–present)

Sugar box

Sugar box

Meissen Manufactory (German, 1710–present)

Sugar box with cover

Sugar box with cover

Meissen Manufactory (German, 1710–present)

Sugar bowl with cover

Sugar bowl with cover

Simon Pantin I (British, ca. 1672–1728)

Sugar bowl
Sugar bowl
Sugar caster (one of a pair)

Sugar caster (one of a pair)

Nicolas Besnier (French, 1686–1754, master 1714)

Sugar caster (one of a pair)

Sugar caster (one of a pair)

Nicolas Besnier (French, 1686–1754, master 1714)

Sugar box
Sugar box with cover

Sugar box with cover

Tobias Remshardt (ca. 1691–1738, master 1721)

Sugar caster

Sugar caster

Jean Lacère (Lasserre), père (master 1701, died 1756)

Sugar bowl with cover

Sugar bowl with cover

Meissen Manufactory (German, 1710–present)

Sugar bowl (part of a set)

Sugar bowl (part of a set)

Meissen Manufactory (German, 1710–present)

Sugar bowl
Sugar bowl with cover

Sugar bowl with cover

Meissen Manufactory (German, 1710–present)

Sugar Bowl
Sugar caster (part of a service)

Sugar caster (part of a service)

Meissen Manufactory (German, 1710–present)

Sugar caster

Sugar caster

Pierre Belleville (1700–1765, master 1730)

Sugar caster

Sugar caster

Meissen Manufactory (German, 1710–present)

Sugar bowl with cover

Sugar bowl with cover

Chantilly (French)

Sugar caster

Sugar caster

Ferdinand Lachèse (master 1728)

Sugar bowl

Sugar bowl

P.S. (active in France)

Sugar box

Sugar box

Vienna

Sugar Bowl

Sugar Bowl

Attributed to William Will (1742–1798) or Probably made in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States

Sugar Bowl
Sugar spoon

Sugar spoon

Jean Chabrol (master 1709, recorded 1765, not recorded 1766)

Sugar spoon

Sugar spoon

Jean Chabrol (master 1709, recorded 1765, not recorded 1766)

Sugar box
Sugar sifter

Sugar sifter

Factory of Laufier-Ouéry