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Features: ~ Kovel's New Dictionary of Marks: Pottery and Porcelain, 1850 to the Present ~ Ralph Kovel, Terry Kovel ~ quickest and easiest way for professional and amateur collectors to identify more than 3,500 American, European, and Oriental marks. ~ the most comprehensive reference for nineteenth- and twentieth-century marks. ~ You can look in the index if you know a name. This leads you to locations in the book where this name is listed. Or you can search by the shape, design, or letters used in the mark.
Features: ~ A TOUCH OF RUSTIC CHARM - This collection of Butter Bell crocks draw inspiration from a French country kitchen, with intricate embossing on each butter dish that resembles the leaves and crawling vines of a French vineyard, giving the container a well-worn, antique appearance. Bring a bit of vintage style to your kitchen with this attractive butter pot. ~ DURABLE HIGH-QUALITY MATERIAL - Made of highly durable new bone china that keeps butter fresh and spreadable without refrigeration. New bone china is a high grade mixture of liquid clay poured into a pre-cast plaster mold, then allowed to set for several hours. When dry, the Butter Bells are carefully removed from the mold, glazed and fired at 2200 degrees to create a durable and scratch resistant finish. ~ EASY TO USE FOR FRESH BUTTER - Pour cold water into the base, pack dry lid with softened butter, then add the lid to water-filled base, creating an airtight seal that preserves the butter’s flavor and freshness. Replace water in the base every 2-3 days for fresh, flavorful butter. ~ ENHANCE YOUR KITCHEN - Conveniently sized crock holds one stick of butter, the equivalent of one-half cup, and fits neatly on your countertop as a stylish accent to any décor. Dishwasher safe, free of lead and cadmium. ~ FLAVOR AND FRESHNESS - Modeled after the original French butter crock, The Original Butter Bell Crock by L. Tremain keeps butter fresh and spreadable for up to 30 days without refrigeration; no odors or spoilage. Two-piece design features an inverted bell-shaped lid and crock bottom for serving butter at the table, and protecting and storing the butter after each use.