With the Italian countryside used as inspiration, we've added a colorful rooster to many of the tableware pieces in our Napoli collection. The rooster adds bold color to Napoli's pastel-based color palette, while adding a dash of whimsy at the same time. Wake with the roosters! This sugar and creamer set indulges your morning java, yet also enlivens after-dinner coffee with guests. The Napoli Rooster sugar & creamer set is dishwasher safe and goes great with other Pfaltzgraff Napoli Rooster pieces, like salad plates, trivets and more. Set includes rooster sugar bowl w/lid & rooster creamer, each holds 12 oz.
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Rated 4 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by laurag72 Very small slot. Love it. This is a true slotted sugar bowl. Slot is very small. Just enough opening for a sugar spoon. I use stevia and splenda in slotted sugar bowls. I have never had any problems with clumping. I guess because they are not sugar. I love them. And these are even more cute when you actually see them. I wish pfaltzgraff would put this description in describing their sugar bowls. I would buy more with this feature. June 29, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Sunny57 These are so bright and cheerful! I absolutely LOVE the adorable tiny rooster on the sugar bowl! That just sealed the deal for me, with all the bright beautiful colors! February 14, 2013
Rated 2 out of 5 by TKinDallas Disappointing Cute, yes. Practical, no. Didn't know the sugar bowl lid had an opening in it -- to leave a spoon in all the time I guess. All I know is in just a few hours, the humidity made the sugar cake up solid and had to be broken up to use. I've tried to use masking tape over the hole (not attractive) to seal the hole and keep the sugar fresh so I can use it until I find another that is truly servicable. If you just want a knick knack set, I would recommend. December 21, 2012
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