Historical information

The sugar bowl is part of a larger dinner set which includes tea cups, saucers and dessert bowls. The set was specially made for the City of Caulfield council to be used during special events and official dinners and functions.


The sugar bowl is from the first official dinner set specially made for and used by the City of Caulfield council during the late 20th century.

Physical description

The object is a hard, white, glossy ceramic sugar bowl with matching lid. It has a ring of gold lustre around the rim of the bowl and the edge of the handle of the lid.

Inscriptions & markings

The body has "City of Caulfield" inscribed on the front underneath an image of the City of Caulfield crest. There is a makers mark on the bottom of the bowl that reads "Fine China/ Westminster/ Australia".