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Sucrose earrings 3d printed

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Polished Brass
Sucrose earrings 3d printed
Sucrose earrings 3d printed

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Sucrose earrings

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Sucrose is a combination of one glucose and one fructose unit joined together, commonly named sugar.

Sugar has been consumed worldwide for centuries, once considered a luxury that only the rich could afford. Europe was supplied it’s sugar by Venice, Arabs distributed sugar throughout Sicily and Spain. Spain began producing sugar in 1506 in the West Indies and in 1523 in Cuba. Portugal began producing sugar in 1532 in Brazil. There is debate as to whether India or China first discovered how to make sugar.
By the 19th century the demand became overwhelming, and sugar became an affordable commodity.
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Sucrose earrings
2.85 x 4.56 x 0.1 cm
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