|The color is amazing... wish I could recreate!|
Rebekah also has hers on her dining room table at the moment, with beautiful flowers from her garden!
Used in the American Southwest and in Mexico to measure brown sugar. Know as pilloncillo. It was packed into the molds to form a cone shape, then wrapped in paper and sold in the general stores or market places. Pieces of the cone were then chipped away as need for cooking . This was because many small shops and stalls did not have scales to weight product. The dark color comes from the molasses that was contained in the sugar.
|Filled with orange, blue and white flowers for my sisters baby shower|
|In Kandi's house all lit up for an evening dinner party|
|At Rebekah's over flowing with Ziniia's for Sunday Dinner.|
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