This glazed ceramic sugar bowl, is part of a child's tea set. It was uncovered in an archaeological dig at the Commonwealth Block site between 1988 and 2003.

'When I was a child, we played in the street with hoops; we played hopscotch, and chasey, and cowboys and Indians, running right round the blocks and that. We even played marbles too.' (Marie Hayes, born and raised in Little Lon between 1920 and 1940).

To the children who lived there, Little Lon was home. The streets and lanes were their playground - for tossing knucklebones, flicking marbles or chasing over the cobblestones. Their chants and laughter were part of the sounds of Little Lon.

Physical Description

This porcelain sugar bowl has been moulded, glazed and fired. It has two decorative handles.

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