Porcelain with a thousand shapes, but strictly white, able to portray a refined world, where simplicity was assumed as value and style. Expressive items that came from a glorious past but now full of contemporary energy made to excite and revitalize today tables and homes.
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Well I was delighted by the look and feel of 'Betty' the butter dish (every ornament has a name in my world!) I admired her for a day her sleek lines and subtle good looks; very classy. The tray she sat on seemed ample for a block of butter. Sadly 'Betty' has let me down. Her sleek lines are just a little too sleek! A 250g block of butter, if left unadulterated, is too much for her to cope with. I tried turning the butter on its side, still too tall 'Betty's' body did not sit on the tray. So I cut a quarter off the width of the block and added it to the length.... hey presto...'Betty' was lying down comfortably. So all in all really nice but maybe better left as an ornament as it seems silly to mess around dissecting butter blocks. Rather sad about this really but she does look lovely so I will keep her and she arrived so promptly and all wrapped up.
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