Vintage French Stoneware Butter Pots (Set of 4)
Pass the butter, please.
A dish made especially for butter? Count us in. These little pots are sized just right to hold your go-to flavor booster. (The small ones are for one or two servings, while the large are for three or four.) Oh, and just in case you wanna keep salt at the ready by the stove, they double as spice cellars, too. Each one was crafted from grey clay in the French countryside, then salt-glazed for a gleaming finish—an extra-special home for an extra-special spread.
Photography by Ty Mecham
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