Margarine Dishes

Along with butter, margarine is the most popular spread in Germany. It was made popular by Napoleon III., developed as a substitute for butter to feed their own war troops. The margarine jar is a practical and stylish way to keep it protected from external influences. The margarine dish from the Bunzlauer Keramik range is available in two sizes, 250 g and 500 g. These quantities correspond to the typical sales sizes in Germany.
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