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Lenox Butterfly Meadow Bone Porcelain Beehive Honey Pot

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  • Beehive-shaped honey pot with bee lid knob
  • Crafted of fine bone porcelain
  • Complements Butterfly Meadow dinnerware
  • Safe for dishwasher, microwave, and oven
  • Lifetime warranty

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Product Description

Fly the friendly skies: winged pretties dress up fine china for fanciful feasts. Dishwasher safe. .

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Based on original illustrations by Lenox artist Louise Le Luyer, the designs on Butterfly Meadow fine bone porcelain include realistic depictions of actual butterflies, bees, and flowers. This six-inch-tall Butterfly Meadow honey pot not only takes the form of an old-fashioned beehive, but sports a bee-shaped lid finial and painted bees busily investigating purple flowers. Complementing a full range of dinnerware and accessories, the beehive is sure to appeal to the nature lover.

Should the honey in the pot become crystallized and require softening, the bone porcelain is durable enough for warming in the oven or microwave, and then cleans up with ease in the dishwasher. Lenox backs its products with a lifetime warranty, and will replace any unsatisfactory item or provide the customer a full refund. In addition, under its lifetime breakage replacement program, Lenox will replace any broken piece that is in stock at 50 percent off the current suggested retail price. --Ann Bieri


Product Information

Product Dimensions 5.8 x 4.8 x 4.5 inches
Item Weight 13.6 ounces
Shipping Weight 13.6 ounces
Manufacturer Lenox
ASIN B0000B2R23
Domestic Shipping This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
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Item model number 6108187
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4.0 out of 5 stars 6 customer reviews

4.0 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #952,655 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
#712 in Kitchen & Dining > Tabletop > Serveware > Serving Bowls & Tureens > Condiment Pots
Date first available at Amazon.com November 2, 2003

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By Mary F. Bednarowski on March 8, 2007
I received this pretty honey pot that was packaged great with no breaks occuring in the mailing process which I was concerned about due to the delicate design. The honeypot holds a good amount of honey and comes with a wooden dipper. It looks pretty sitting out on my kitchen shelf which makes it very convenient and close at hand for daily use. I am very happy about purchasing it.
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This piece is less pale in reality and is much cuter. I don't use honey so I haven't used this piece but I plan to use it as a sugar bowl with a teaspoon replacing the included wooden honey wand. The Butterfly Meadow sugar bowl is really boring looking and will probably be relegated to holding lemon wedges.

I guess I am not too disappointed in this piece being my go to sugar bowl since I have looked at all the other offerings on Amazon and the nicer pieces are usually overpriced.
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This is a pretty honey pot. However, my kids managed to break the wings off on the first day by pulling on the rod, thus flipping the lid off and upside down onto the counter. I've glued them back on twice with different glues but they will not stay on. The honey pot lives on without its wings.
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