Do you know?

Does anyone know what this was used for? It is attached, so not a cup and saucer and no handle. It’s about 4 and 1/2″ wide and 3″ tall and is a clear blue glass on top but the bottom has a pretty design. I thought maybe a sugar bowl?

I picked this up as a five year old at a sale a million years ago and stuffed in my hope chest because I loved the color. Anyone have hope chests anymore??๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ˜ƒ

I welcome any ideas! ๐Ÿ˜Š


31 thoughts on “Do you know?

    1. Mouahahahahhahahah… I will try to find the pictures, but a couple of years ago, I did rainbow jell-o jars for my brother’s birthday. It was quite a success, even if it was probably the cheapest birthday dessert I could offer him LOL

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    2. Yuck!!!! Yuck yuck yuuuuuuuuuuuuck!! I’m with you Suze… The people who created green and yellow jell-o should get punished. Although, I couldn’t have done my rainbow jell-o jars without the two colors. Ok, now I am confused. Or is that just because of current events? Hmmmmm debatable ๐Ÿ˜›

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    3. Hehehe, I wouldn’t put it that way, but when I was a teen, there were more chances that I’d leave the nest to live on my own, rather than get married and move in with my husband… So I didn’t have a hope chest. But my parents did provide most of the furniture and kitchen ware I needed ๐Ÿ™‚

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  1. my grandmother had a set of eight of these. they are dessert bowls in which puddings, custards or ice cream is placed, and the attached plate is for biscuits (cookies to us in the US) or a spoon when done.

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  2. Do you think the cup and the bowl are integral to each other? Cup and saucer imply hot drink to me.
    It doesn’t work in your case, but once we bought a gift in France called a tea-for-one, which was integrated teapot, cup and saucer.
    That it is glass implies a cold drink to me, but what cold drinks do you have in a cup and saucer?


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