Play with the rules of etiquette when you bring this handmade butter dish to the table, cheekily pretending to be a block of butter still in its wrapper. To create this Katie studied a block noting all the corners dinks, softly curving edges and the crisp paper fold at each end. To make a realistic model, then a plaster mould to cast this ceramic dish.
A tactile piece with the word BUTTER recessed on top. The lettering can be hand painted in Blue, Green or Red. Alternatively you can keep things classic and choose the clean lines of the Plain option.
No butter fingers hear with the raised lip on the base making it easy to pick up.
Team with the matching Milk Carton, Sugar Pot or Egg Cups to make a joyous gift.
As a whole W 165mm x D 130mm x H 70mm
Lid W 135mm x D 98mm x H 55mm
Base W 165mm x D 130mm x H 22mm
Generously holds a 250g sized block of butter.
All items are earthenware, cast using a fine semi porcelain slip. That is mixed on site using a ‘secret recipe’ pasted on many years ago, under the condition it’s never shared!
Finished with transparent food safe glaze.
Dish washer and microwave safe, just to make life a little easier.
Please note these items are handmade in small batches therefore there will be some variation in colour.
To ensure your item(s) arrived safely they will be packed in bubble wrap, nestled in a protective packing material in a recycled cardboard box.
The delivery options for this item are listed below (if it doesn't state 'Express delivery' then that option is not available for this product). As soon as you place your order, this small business will spring into action, get it ready and send it out... (and you can feel wonderful for supporting them).
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Standard delivery: included
Receive it by 12th - 14th March
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Katie Brinsley Ceramics
I love making, I can’t help it, my hands get restless when I’m not. That’s how Katie Brinsley Ceramics started, with my hands. They momentarily let me down as my friends treasured butter dish slipped out of them smashing on her floor. This inspired me to make the best possible replacement! I chose slip casting for its beautiful clean lines and tactile smooth finish that makes an everyday object a delight to use. I haven’t stopped making my ceramic tableware since.