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  • Sugar spoon


    Sugar spoon A sugar spoon is a piece of cutlery used for serving granulated sugar. This type of spoon resembles a teaspoon, except that the bowl is deeper and often molded in the shape of a sea shell, giving it the name sugar shell. Sugar spoons are sometimes called "sugar shovels" because of their rectangular shape and deep bowl. Sterling silver sugar spoons are used with formal silver coffee or tea sets.

  • Victorian majolica


    Minton majolica vase, designed by Carrier-Belleuse, plain and colored lead glazes on buff 'biscuit'. Mixed classical and naturalistic in style Minton tin-glazed 'majolica' plate, in imitation of tin-glazed Italian maiolcia in process and in 'Renaissance Revival' style. Tin-glazed imitation Italian maiolica stand and flower vase by Minton circa 1851. Fine brush painted on opaque white tin glaze. Renaissance Revival in style. Thanks to Potteries Museum, Stoke-on-Trent, UK Holdcroft lead-glaze majolica teapot circa 1875, coloured lead glazes, Japanese style with an element of whimsy Minton & Co. - Coloured lead glazes Cherub and Ribbon jardiniere Minton lead-glaze majolica peacock, circa 1870, coloured lead glazes. Naturalistic in style. Potteries Museum, Stoke-on-Trent, UK George Jones majolica flower-pot, coloured lead glazes on 'biscuit', then firedVictorian majolica properly refers only to two types of earthenware made in the second half of the 19th century in Europe and America, but the term is sometimes used for other types of glazed pottery.

  • List of types of spoons


    For description and history, see spoon. For spoons other than utensils, see Spoon (disambiguation). This is a list of types of spoons used for eating, cooking, and serving:

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