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This custom handcrafted "Madam Clementine" blue and white ceramic sugar bowl is sure to add a measure of whimsy to your kitchen. Shaped like an Aardvark, this sugar bowl has been custom handmade right down to the finest detail. Madam Clementine features all those girlish accessories that make her feel like the prettiest girl on the block. Her pretty blue dress is accented with a fashionable necklace and a pretty purse. Simply lift off her head and fill with sugar. There is a special slot for a spoon which also resembles a tail when in use. You will simply fall in love with Madam Clementine and will insist upon having her around each time you have a tea party or small get together. You can also use this ceramic sugar bowl for holding other things, like small pieces of jewelry or even candy. This is a limited edition Limor's Ceramics Shop original. Order now.

Dimensions: approx:6.25X4.5in 16X11cm
Volume : 6.75oz./ 200cc/ 1 cup of sugar

If you are purchasing this as a gift and would like me to send it to a friend, I would be happy to do so. Just let me know and I will wrap it and add a gift card (with your personal greeting) at no extra charge and send it on its way.

Start a new family tradition by giving an heirloom gift that will be cherished for years to come.
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Blue And White Sugar Bowl With Lid, Novelty Sugar Bowl, Collectors Item


  • Handmade item
  • Materials: white clay, underglazes, clay, pottery, food safe materials
  • Ships worldwide from Israel
  • Feedback: 46 reviews
  • Favorited by: 214 people