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"Sugar: A Sweet Symphony of Delights" Indulge in the tantalizing world of sugar, where sweetness reigns supreme and delights abound

Background imageSugar Collection: A Postman in Germany delivering a letter, late 19th century (colour litho)

A Postman in Germany delivering a letter, late 19th century (colour litho)
488635 A Postman in Germany delivering a letter, late 19th century (colour litho) by French School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageSugar Collection: Sugar Loaf Mountain, Abergravenny i. e. Abergavenny, England

Sugar Loaf Mountain, Abergravenny i. e. Abergavenny, England
Sugar Loaf Mountain, Abergravenny i.e. Abergavenny, England. Date between ca. 1890 and ca. 1900

Background imageSugar Collection: Tate & Lyle Refinery

Tate & Lyle Refinery
A coastal barge sailing by the famous Tate and Lyle sugar refinery works, Plaistow Wharf, off Silvertown, North Woolwich, east London

Background imageSugar Collection: Varieties of edible-podded pea, or sugar pea

Varieties of edible-podded pea, or sugar pea. Chromolithograph, by G. Severeyns, of Brussels, from Ernst Benary, Album Benary. Date: 1876-86

Background imageSugar Collection: SUGAR RAY ROBINSON (1921-1989). Robinson (right) during the seventh round of a fight

SUGAR RAY ROBINSON (1921-1989). Robinson (right) during the seventh round of a fight
SUGAR RAY ROBINSON (1921-1989). Walker Smith, Jr. Robinson (right) during the seventh round of a fight against Carmen Basilio, 1957

Background imageSugar Collection: Smarties

Smarties. Sweets showing a variety of naturally derived colourings

Background imageSugar Collection: Balanced diet

Balanced diet, computer artwork. A balanced diet shown as segments of a pie. The pie shows what proportion of the diet should be made up of each of the major food groups

Background imageSugar Collection: Tulane Stadium, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA

Tulane Stadium, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA
Tulane Stadium (known as The Sugar Bowl), New Orleans, Louisiana, USA. The annual sugar bowl American football game was played here from 1935 onwards. The stadium was demolished in 1979-1980

Background imageSugar Collection: Tea and biscuits

Tea and biscuits

Background imageSugar Collection: Rocky Marciano (left) defending his heavyweight title in a fight against Ezzard Charles at Yankee

Rocky Marciano (left) defending his heavyweight title in a fight against Ezzard Charles at Yankee Stadium in the Bronx
MARCIANO & CHARLES, 1954. Rocky Marciano (left) defending his heavyweight title in a fight against Ezzard Charles at Yankee Stadium in the Bronx, New York City, 17 June 1954

Background imageSugar Collection: Avro Lancaster I R5868s for Sugar being bombed up

Avro Lancaster I R5868s for Sugar being bombed up
Avro Lancaster I, R5868,s for Sugar, being bombed up. The veteran of 137 wartime sorties, was initially preserved as a gate guardian at its former base

Background imageSugar Collection: DNA molecule

DNA molecule. Computer artwork of a molecule of DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid) with the chemical formulas of its components. DNA is composed of two sugar-phosphate backbones (blue)

Background imageSugar Collection: Jam doughnut

Jam doughnut

Background imageSugar Collection: Sugar Loaf Mountain, Co. Wicklow

Sugar Loaf Mountain, Co. Wicklow. Campbell, John Henry 1757 - 1828

Background imageSugar Collection: Lenny Henry, comedian, having some fun at Great Yarmouth, Norfolk. June 1978

Lenny Henry, comedian, having some fun at Great Yarmouth, Norfolk. June 1978. Sir Lenworth George Henry, CBE (born 29 August 1958), known as Lenny Henry, is a British stand-up comedian, actor

Background imageSugar Collection: Barrels of molasses, West India Docks, London, 1926-1927. Artist: Langfier Photo

Barrels of molasses, West India Docks, London, 1926-1927. Artist: Langfier Photo
Barrels of molasses, West India Docks, London, 1926-1927. Illustration from Wonderful London, edited by Arthur St John Adcock, Volume I, published by Amalgamated Press, (London, 1926-1927)

Background imageSugar Collection: Jamaica - Harvesting the Sugar Cane Crop

Jamaica - Harvesting the Sugar Cane Crop on a large Estate Date: circa 1910s

Background imageSugar Collection: Jelly babies

Jelly babies

Background imageSugar Collection: Tea party

Tea party. Decorated cakes on a saucer surrounded by gerbera flowers

Background imageSugar Collection: Brazil / Rio De Janeiro

Brazil / Rio De Janeiro
Rio de Janeiro: distant view, with Sugar Loaf Mountain

Background imageSugar Collection: Liquorice Allsorts

Liquorice Allsorts

Background imageSugar Collection: ROSE TEA SET

ROSE TEA SET
What could be nicer than waking up to a breakfast tray of dainty china - a Rose tea set - teapot, cups, saucers, milk jug and sugar bowl? Date: 1930s

Background imageSugar Collection: Apres la Guerre No. 3 - WWI postcard by George Ranstead

Apres la Guerre No. 3 - WWI postcard by George Ranstead
Humorous postcard drawn by amateur soldier artist of the Great War, George Ranstead, who, in a series of illustrations suggesting what life might be like at the end of the war

Background imageSugar Collection: Liquorice sweets

Liquorice sweets on a cup and saucer

Background imageSugar Collection: DNA molecule, artwork

DNA molecule, artwork
DNA molecule. Computer artwork of a double stranded DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid) molecule amongst clouds of swirling gas. DNA is composed of two strands twisted into a double helix

Background imageSugar Collection: Sugar skull decorations for the Day of the Dead festival, San Miguel de Allende

Sugar skull decorations for the Day of the Dead festival, San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato, Mexico, North America

Background imageSugar Collection: Turkish Tea

Turkish Tea, Turkey, Europe, Eurasia

Background imageSugar Collection: Playing with Cake Mix

Playing with Cake Mix
A little girl plays with the cake mix with a wooden spoon

Background imageSugar Collection: Doughnut

Doughnut

Background imageSugar Collection: For What We Are About To Receive (oil on canvas)

For What We Are About To Receive (oil on canvas)
XPG365657 For What We Are About To Receive (oil on canvas) by Smith, Carlton Alfred (1853-1946); Private Collection

Background imageSugar Collection: Point de Venise lace (chromolitho)

Point de Venise lace (chromolitho)
1093891 Point de Venise lace (chromolitho) by French School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Point de Venise lace)

Background imageSugar Collection: Suffragette Votes for Women Pepper Pot

Suffragette Votes for Women Pepper Pot
A silver suffragette pepper pot or muffineer a small pot with a removable lid - the head of the figure. Holes in the bonnet dispense pepper or sugar

Background imageSugar Collection: Sugarcane plants in Mauritius, Africa

Sugarcane plants in Mauritius, Africa

Background imageSugar Collection: Petaurus breviceps ariel, sugar glider

Petaurus breviceps ariel, sugar glider
Petaurus breviceps ariel (Gould, 1849) sugar glider. BMNH 1842.5.26.1, female skin & skull, lectotype photographed next to specimen BMNH 1855.12.24.308 paralectotype skin

Background imageSugar Collection: Sugar beet

Sugar beet
Ad for Lanes Improved Imperial Sugar Beet, B.K. Bliss & Sons, New York, 1872. Hand-colored woodcut of a 19th-century illustration

Background imageSugar Collection: Kumbo Market, Cameroon

Kumbo Market, Cameroon
African women seated in the market place, Kumbo, where they sell items such as sugar and bananas. Market day provides friendly gossip, but they travel far to get there

Background imageSugar Collection: Still Life with Peaches and Pears Date: 1890

Still Life with Peaches and Pears Date: 1890

Background imageSugar Collection: Loading sugar cane in a field, Cuba

Loading sugar cane in a field, Cuba. Date: circa 1910

Background imageSugar Collection: Sugar crystals, ordinary table sugar, photomicrography

Sugar crystals, ordinary table sugar, photomicrography

Background imageSugar Collection: Sugar Beet (Beta vulgaris) harvested crop, heap of roots in snow covered field with deer

Sugar Beet (Beta vulgaris) harvested crop, heap of roots in snow covered field with deer footprints, near Tattingstone, Shotley Peninsula, Suffolk, England, February

Background imageSugar Collection: Cup and saucer filled with tea

Cup and saucer filled with tea

Background imageSugar Collection: Sugar cane, 18th century illustration

Sugar cane, 18th century illustration
Illustration of sugar cane from the book The beauties of the creation, or, a new moral system of natural history: in five volumes: consisting of quadrupeds, birds, fishes and reptiles

Background imageSugar Collection: Advertisement: Frys Five Boys Milk Chocolate (colour litho)

Advertisement: Frys Five Boys Milk Chocolate (colour litho)
7168657 Advertisement: Frys Five Boys Milk Chocolate (colour litho) by English School, (20th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Advertisement: Frys Five Boys Milk Chocolate)

Background imageSugar Collection: Advertisement for Cacoa Van Houten (chromolitho)

Advertisement for Cacoa Van Houten (chromolitho)
732544 Advertisement for Cacoa Van Houten (chromolitho) by European School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageSugar Collection: Sugar processing mill, windmill, Barbados, West Indies

Sugar processing mill, windmill, Barbados, West Indies
Vintage 19th century photograph: sugar processing mill, windmill, Barbados, West Indies, works and man on a horse, stacks of sugar cane

Background imageSugar Collection: The chocolate. Painting by Luis Melendez (1716 - 1780), Spanish school, 18th century

The chocolate. Painting by Luis Melendez (1716 - 1780), Spanish school, 18th century
JLJ4665307 The chocolate. Painting by Luis Melendez (1716 - 1780), Spanish school, 18th century. Dim: 0.50 X 0.37m. Madrid, Musee Du Prado by Menendez or Melendez, Luis Egidio (1716-80); Prado

Background imageSugar Collection: England, London, Docklands, North Woolwich, Royal Docks

England, London, Docklands, North Woolwich, Royal Docks, Tate and Lyle Sugar Industrial Plant at Dawn

Background imageSugar Collection: Saccharum officinarum, sugar cane

Saccharum officinarum, sugar cane
An iconographic image of a sugar cane plant, set enlarged within a landscape. Plate from the Botany Library Plate Collection held in the Natural History Museum, London



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"Sugar: A Sweet Symphony of Delights" Indulge in the tantalizing world of sugar, where sweetness reigns supreme and delights abound. From the iconic Tate & Lyle Refinery to the legendary Sugar Ray Robinson's fierce punches during a thrilling fight, it has woven its way into various aspects of our lives. Explore the culinary realm with varieties of edible-podded pea, known as sugar peas, adding a crisp and refreshing touch to your meals. And who can resist the colorful allure of Smarties, those vibrant candy-coated chocolates that bring joy to both young and old? Even comedians like Lenny Henry couldn't resist having some fun at Great Yarmouth while enjoying all things sugary. Meanwhile, Sugar Loaf Mountain in Co. Wicklow stands tall as a natural wonder, offering breathtaking views for those seeking adventure. But it's not just about taste; sugar plays an explosive role too. Witness Avro Lancaster I R5868s being bombed up for "Sugar, " showcasing its significance even in wartime operations. On a microscopic level, delve into the intricate structure of life itself with DNA molecules – nature's sweetest recipe for existence. Just like Rocky Marciano defending his heavyweight title against Ezzard Charles at Yankee Stadium or savoring a jam doughnut bursting with fruity goodness - sugar fuels our passions and satisfies our cravings. Take a step back in time to London's West India Docks in 1926-1927 when barrels brimming with molasses awaited their journey across oceans – an essential ingredient that shaped history and commerce. And let us not forget Sugar Loaf Mountain in Abergravenny (Abergavenny), England – an enchanting peak that adds charm to picturesque landscapes while reminding us how nature intertwines effortlessly with human endeavors. So whether you're stirring it into your morning coffee or marveling at its impact on art, sports, cuisine, or science - sugar is more than just a sweetener.