Tupperware Impressions butter dish
Tupperware Impressions butter dish.
Butter dish by Tupperware from the Impressions series. Beige tray with transparent lid. The best place for storing butter. Also beautiful and handy for on the table.
Nice design with slight traces of use.
- Length 17,5 cm.
- Width 9 cm.
- Height 8 cm.
A butter dish is a container where butter or margarine is stored. Usually it is closed with a lid. A butter dish is used on the table, especially during breakfast or lunch. The butter dish therefore belongs to the dinnerware. Nowadays, margarine and low-fat margarine are usually packed in a plastic container, which makes the butter dish unnecessary for these spreadings.
It is seen as a faux pas to wipe off butter that still sticks to the knife at the edges of the butter dish. (A faux pass is a violation of social rules or etiquette).
Tupperware is the name of a home products line that includes preparation, storage, containment, and serving products for the kitchen and home. It also includes plastic containers used to store goods and/or food. In 1942, Earl Tupper developed his first bell-shaped container; the brand products were introduced to the public in 1948.
Tupperware was developed in 1946 by Earl Silas Tupper (1907–83) in Leominster, Massachusetts. He developed plastic containers used in households to contain food and keep it airtight. The once-patented "burping seal" is a famous aspect of Tupperware, which distinguished it from competitors. Earl Tupper invented the plastic for Tupperware already in 1938, but the product only worked with the emergence of the sale through presentation in a party setting. In 1949, Tupperware introduced the 'Wonderlier Bowl' that gave a start to a revolutionary range of kitchen utensils.
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