Originally made by T.G. Green & Co. in Derbyshire in 1926, Cornishware has been found in English kitchens for the past eighty years. So named because its colors resemble the blue skies and white-crested waves of Cornwall, it's both beautiful and highly functional. Our covered sugar bowl gets its characteristic look from a lathe-turning process that cuts clean bands through the blue slip to show the white clay beneath. It's wonderful to use at breakfast time, tea time, anytime.
5" H x 4.25" diam.