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Hello Jim,
I just wanted to let you know that I love my butter crock.  The design of the crock is perfect because it can go from kitchen to table, and as an amateur potter I really appreciate your glazes. Congratulations on a beautiful, functional product.
Sincerely,
Judith

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The French Butter Dish, handmade bell style butter dish, sometimes called a French butter keeper, butter crock or bell style crock is used to keep butter fresh without refrigeration.  This century old butter dish design has thousands of dedicated users.  If you love butter but find it hard to keep at a spreadable temperature, the French Butter Dish is what you need.
Our high quality, wheel thrown, high fired stoneware and porcelain French Butter Dishes are lead free and dishwasher safe.  Each dish holds a little less than 1/2 lb of butter.  They are handmade at James Sloss Pottery in Dayton, Oregon, USA.
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