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HOM ACCENTS The crop of the cream(ers)

HOM ACCENTS The crop of the cream(ers)

There was a time when sugarbowls and creamers were a common sight on the table. These serving pieces were simply what people expected, whether dining at home or out at a restaurant. Though not as common today with contemporary cooks or diners who avoid sugar and cream, they still are available and have more of a collectible allure. They still can be put to a practical use or be displayed. The creamers on this page, which range in price from $8 to $30 each, are from the Mouse Marketplace and the Amish Store.

P-B photos by Elizabeth Nida

homep There was a time when sugarbowls and creamers were a common sight on the table. These serving pieces were simply what people expected, whether dining at home or out at a restaurant. Though not as common today with contemporary cooks or diners who avoid sugar and cream, they still are available and have more of a collectible allure. They still can be put to a practical use or be displayed. The creamers on this page, which range in price from $8 to $30 each, are from the Mouse Marketplace and the Amish Store.

P-B photos by Elizabeth Nida

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