My Grandmother’s sugar bowl
Memories Across Europe
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In this story, Alice talks about her grandmother's beautiful sugar bowl, gifted to her.
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This sugar bowl belonged to my grandmother.



If I stare at this object, made of crystal and silver, what I mostly appreciate is the way it seems out-of-date. It’s also funny to see the surprised faces of our guests when they discover that a clamp is combined to the lid.



We enjoy picking pieces of sugar from this fancy bowl and drinking our sweetened coffee from my husband’s grand-mother’s cups, which are from Austria. It is such a nice feeling to be in possession of such beautiful objects from different parts of Europe, and which marry so well together.


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