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Butter Dish, ARZBERG Porcelain, BLAUBLÜTEN (Blue Flowers)

Butter Dish, ARZBERG Porcelain, BLAUBLÜTEN (Blue Flowers)

Regular price $50.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $50.00 USD
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  • Made in Germany
  • Vintage:  Blue Flowers (Blaubluten), pattern has been around since 1935 
  • Details:  This is a beautiful porcelain butter dish made in Germany by Arzberg.  The pattern was designed Hermann Gretschonly.  It consists of tiny blue flowers, (what Arzberg calls "BLAUBLÜTEN" which translates to Blue Flowers), with vines and leaves, on a bright white background.   The pattern is only on the lid, the bottom plate is solid white with a slim blue rim.  It is stamped on the bottom: "Arzberg Germany 472".  This is a large butter dish, it is rectangular to accommodate an European size block of butter  It just fits two American style butter sticks, or a block of cream cheese and would probably fit some cheese blocks depending on size.  You'll be hard pressed to find a better price on this piece.  We have seen it on the Arzberg website for 72L (euros) which is approx. $80 American Dollars. 
  • Material:  Porcelain  
  • Dimensions:   7.75 inches Long,  5.5 inches Wide and approx 2.5 inches Tall (with lid).  The raised center section of the bottom plate measures: 3.5 x 4.75 inches.
  • Condition:  Used- Excellent Condition.  There are no scratches, chips or other defects on this piece, barely any wear.  Please review all pictures and make sure you love this item before purchasing, we can't accept returns.  Please remember these used items, they are NOT new, every effort has been made to show any scratches, wear and tear and imperfections.   

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