Say good-bye to hard pats of butter! Store your butter in this French butter crock and keep it on the kitchen countertop. Your butter will remain soft and ready when you need it.
Simply pack the butter into the bowl in the lid and add cool water to the base of the ceramic butter jar. Add enough water so that it touches the butter and creates a seal to maintain it fresh. Make sure to change the water every other day.
The base of the pottery butter keeper can also be used to melt butter in the microwave and use it for dipping artichoke or crab legs.
The butter keeper is almost 3 inches tall. The base is 2.5 inches tall and 3.75 inches in diameter. The lid is 1.75 inches tall and 5 inches in diameter. The butter storage bowl is 1.25 inches in deep and almost 3 inches in diameter.
I made this soft butter storage container on the potter's wheel in my Virginia studio.
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I will gladly make a custom order for you. Custom orders usually take 3 to 4 weeks. Depending on the time of year and where I am in the production cycle, orders may take up to 6 to 8 weeks. Personalized items that are not generic (e.g., Dad, Mama) require a 50 percent deposit. Payment for other custom orders is due at purchase.
If properly cared for stoneware can be enjoyed for a long time. Never place a dish on top of a burner or in a preheated (hot) oven. Instead, place room temperature dishes in a cold oven and gradually bring the heat up to the desired temperature. Dishes should be filled so food contacts all interior surfaces.
Teapots should be warmed with hot water before filling them with boiling water. The same is true for colanders: never pour boiling water directly into them.
Stoneware is microwave and dishwasher safe. However, please use care. Some items, such as berry bowls, might best be hand washed.
Because of the fragile nature of ceramics, I pack the items in several layers of bubble wrap before placing them in a box surrounded by biodegradable peanuts. In some cases, it is best to ship multiple items is separate boxes to prevent breakage.
I do not offer gift wrapping, but I can include a message to the gift recipient. The message will be printed in a script font in an appropriate blank card or the back of a Glynt Pottery postcard. Please let me know (in the message from buyer) if you are interested including a message with your gift.
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