Mistletoe Sugar Box


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+44 (0)7983 124384



  • £45.00
  • €51 Euro
  • $56 US Dollar

United Kingdom

Hoarde Vintage Member since 2019
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A very attractive Victorian sugar box with a very festive feel. It was made in Staffordshire by William Brownfield in 1881. It is made of stoneware and is patterned with a relief-moulded design of sprigs of mistletoe. It has scroll handles and a neat little knop to the lid. The base bears the Brownfields backstamp, the design name and the registration diamond dating it to 1881. This lovely little piece would make a wonderful Christmas present and it would look very at home on the festive tea table.
It has a small patch of restoration to the lid but otherwise is in great condition.


  • H: 11.5cm (4.53in)
  • W: 12.5cm (4.92in)
  • D: 9.5cm (3.74in)



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Welcome to Ginger Tom's Curious Eclectic.  We are a husband and wife team, both with a lifelong interest in antiques. Our business stems from the usual collector turned dealer scenario.  As our own collections grew, it became obvious we needed to redistribute some items in order to make space to buy new treasures to feed our own habit.

Buying to sell seemed the natural progression from this. We have been involved in buying and selling since 2004, but have only recently taken the decision to establish an online presence. We don't specialise in any particular area, but our interests do influence our stock purchases to a degree.

Our stock includes a varied mix of unusual antique, interesting vintage and stylish contemporary objects that would suit many different settings. Our key criteria is that we only buy, and therefore only sell, items that we would have in our own home and believe that if we like something, others will too.

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