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Polish Pottery 7-inch Butter Dish | Boleslawiec Stoneware | Polmedia H2328F

7" Stoneware Butter Dish

Dimensions: 7.5" x 3.6" x 5.3"  

Item # H2328F

$54.97

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This Polish pottery butter dish (item number H2328F) is made by Cer-Maz factory in Boleslawiec, Poland. It is 3.6" high and measures 5.3" by 7.5". The weight of this Polish stoneware butter dish is 1.55 lbs. The price of this butter dish is $54.97 and if your total is over $99 you will get FREE SHIPPING.

We currently have 1 pc of this Polish pottery butter dish available from our Texas warehouse. If you order it today, we will ship it within 2 business days. Please check our Delivery Time Map for ground shipments to get an idea about how many days it will take for the package to reach your address. If you need larger quantity than what we have in stock, we can special order the remaining quantity. You can read more about special ordering Polish pottery on our Special Order info page.

If you like this style you might also want to check this butter dish in other Polish pottery patterns. You can also check for other items in this pattern, or browse all Polish pottery Butter Dishes.

For those who collect Polish pottery and go by manufacturer codes, this is manufacturer shape number 66 and Polish pottery pattern number D22.

Made by

Cer-Maz

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Dimensions

Height
3.6"
Width
5.3"
Length
7.5"
Weight:1.55 lbs

Polmedia Polish Pottery is:

  • hand painted
  • made in Boleslawiec Poland
  • safe to use with food
  • microwave safe
  • dishwasher safe
  • oven safe up to 480 F
  • freezer safe
  • lead and cadmium free
  • crack and chip resistant
  • durable for everyday use
  • easy to clean

This item H2328F is:

  • Quality 1
  • In Stock
  • ships in 2 business days
  • ships from warehouse in TX

Customer Questions & Answers

Q: Will this hold one pound butter brick?

A: It holds it. Andrew