18th century covered sugar bowls with interesting figural handles of a man with a hat. The top of the bowl is stepped with beading across the top step and an acorn finial. The base has two steps. 6" tall. The top is 3 3/4" in diameter. The full width, including the handles is about 4 3/4". The base is 2 5/8" in diameter. The bottom is touched with a crown over "X", each component struck separately. The sugar bowl has a medium light grey patinan with some light staning on the body of the bowl. The lid is just a little wonky so that it doesn't fit tightly. It hasn't been polished in decades, but there is a bit of paste from polish caught within the figures. Continental, likely French or Flemish. Circa 1760.