Sugar sifter

Sugar sifter

A container somewhat larger than a saltshaker that was intended to dispense sugar in the same manner as a saltshaker dispenses salt.
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Vehicular victims of war were also used creatively and practically; part of a propeller from a plane became a sugar sifter, and a matchbox cover had an engraving on it saying it was made from a lifeboat torpedoed in March 1916.
35 lakhs, an Oomersi Mawji Silver Sugar Sifter that went for Rs.
Stephen Jackson's Victoria Sandwich For the cake: 123225g unsalted butter, softened 225g unrefined golden caster sugar 4 fresh, free-range eggs, medium size 225g self-raising flour 2 tsp baking powder A jar of strawberry or raspberry jam Icing sugar Extras: 2 X 20cm loose-bottom or springform sandwich tins at least 4 cm deep sugar sifter or fine sieve baking parchment wire cooling rack Heat the oven to 180C/Gas 4.
However, new buyers continue to be attracted to her work because it captures elements of modernism and Art Deco in even the simplest items, whether in a teacup, a sugar sifter or a dinner plate.
She uses a makeup brush to apply the powder, but other gentle techniques work as well, such as using a powdered sugar sifter, she said.
HEAVEN forbid that it should ever happen but if the worst came to the worst who would get the pounds 6,135 sugar sifter and could they ever agree on custody of the pounds 3,110 tea strainer?
Silver hot milk and hot water jugs to go with the tea pot are pounds 10,000 EACH, a small milk jug is pounds 3,925 and a sugar sifter pounds 6,135.
A sugar sifter could be used for grated cheese, for example, or an asparagus server for small rounds of pizza bread.
The episode, due to be screened today, shows retired secretary Mrs Excell, of Princes Street, Roath, Cardiff selling off collectibles she has hoarded over the years, such as a Clarice Cliff sugar sifter and plaster miniature cameos.
The first item was an elegant sugar sifter in porcelain, silver and pewter, with a restrained abstract design on the porcelain in leaf green and blue-grey squares.
In the Victorian period decorative items were introduced to the table, such as epergnes for holding flowers, cranberry glass cream jugs and matching sugar sifters.
Cliff has been soaring up in price for several years and you can now buy her vases, sugar sifters and plates in reproduction.