The sugar pot that wobbles but doesn't fall

The Pylones Tumbler Sugar Pot adds a touch of style to your table.

Thursday Bram
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The Pylones Tumbler Sugar Pot Kir DeVries

On the surface, sugar pots seem like simple things. Their purpose is to just hold sugar. However, the Pylones Tumbler Sugar Pot makes adding a little sweetness to your tea fun. This hand-painted sugar pot is silver and black with a smiling face on top--and its black rubber bottom lets it wobble a bit when you set it down, without it falling over. You can easily fill the sugar pot with plenty of sugar and, when you're ready to use it, you can easily pour as much as you want through the metal pour spout--which doubles as the crown on the cute figure comprising the sugar pot. There's no clean up from trying to spoon sugar into your drink with this sugar pot.

The Pylones Tumbler Sugar Pot offers a touch of design that matches a wide variety of kitchen designs and it is a fun addition to any counter. At 5 inches wide and 3.75 inches long, it is designed to fit comfortably in your hand while you add sugar to your coffee even as it holds enough sugar for many cups. The sugar pot is priced at $25.99.