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Guess

Jul
6


Who knows what this is? Clue–it’s not a miniature bathtub for a dollhouse. I know, because when 52 gave this to me and made me guess, I was wrong.


I’ll be experimenting with its proper use today. I’ll report back!

*I put an egg next to it as a size reference. The egg is not related to its use.

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on July 6, 2010  

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  1. 7-6
    9:38
    am

    Butter mold?

  2. 7-6
    9:57
    am

    Butter mold was my guess too…..

  3. 7-6
    10:00
    am

    Looks like a mini loaf pan to me.

  4. 7-6
    10:01
    am

    Looks like a butter dish

  5. 7-6
    10:17
    am

    My granny had a butter mold like this. I don’t know if that the official use for it but that’s what she always used it for.

  6. 7-6
    10:38
    am

    butter puns incoming…

  7. 7-6
    10:51
    am

    Well I gotta be different. . .how about a cream cheese mold??? :clover: It looks old though.

  8. 7-6
    11:03
    am

    I go with butter mold too…

  9. 7-6
    11:10
    am

    butter dish

  10. 7-6
    11:35
    am

    A cracker dish.

  11. 7-6
    11:37
    am

    I say a butter mold as well.

  12. 7-6
    11:42
    am

    My guess is butter dish as well.

  13. 7-6
    11:52
    am

    A device for defrosting your icebox? Wait, I guess they don’t do that anymore. It might be what I use to hold the contents of my pockets each night. Lame. A butter dish needs a top. Hmm, OK, I give up.

  14. 7-6
    12:12
    pm

    I, too, was going to guess that it was a butter mold. Does 52 have some beef with your butter’s free-form style? ;)

  15. 7-6
    12:25
    pm

    I am leaning towards butter mold too…

  16. 7-6
    12:33
    pm

    P.S. – I gave you a little shout-out over on my wee little blog, cuz you rock and stuff. :shimmy:

  17. 7-6
    1:33
    pm

    Definitely looks like a butter mold.

  18. 7-6
    1:41
    pm

    Well, since butter mold is clearly already spoken for, I’ll guess vintage asparagus or corn on the cob plate?

    Susan

  19. 7-6
    1:55
    pm

    I was thinking butter or cream cheese mold too.

  20. 7-6
    3:23
    pm

    Butter dish. Or a MINI-loaf pan.

  21. 7-6
    3:31
    pm

    I tam thinking a butter mold

  22. 7-6
    4:01
    pm

    I thought butte :snuggle: r mold too

  23. 7-6
    4:41
    pm

    is it for cream cheese or some other kind of shaped cheese?

  24. 7-6
    4:44
    pm

    My eye is broken so I can’t tell how long it is. If it’s long, then I guess asparagus baker. If it’s short, I vote ice brick maker for igloos.

  25. 7-6
    5:13
    pm

    Looks like a butter dish to me.

  26. 7-6
    5:24
    pm

    Without reading any comments I say its a cracker caddie?

  27. 7-6
    6:08
    pm

    mini loaf pan or relish/pickle dish is my guess. I’d say butter mold too, but looks pretty plain for that??

  28. 7-6
    8:42
    pm

    Banana split dish? Cookie holder for Clover? My sewing scissors would fit perfectly in there.

  29. 7-6
    10:01
    pm

    I would say butter dish or a crock dish for cooking pot pie kind of things. :chicken:

  30. 7-7
    2:18
    pm

    After reading all of the guesses and considering all of them, I would suggest a pickle or cracker dish, but I truly believe that it is a “whatever your mind wants it to be” dish! I KNOW that I am right on that guess! :yes: I am sure that my kids would think of some ingenious use for it…if it isn’t a dollhouse bathtub, how about a toy horse or cattle trough? :moo:

    One guess from the oldest one is a mini loaf pan…not as ingenious as I had thought.

  31. 7-7
    9:39
    pm

    I say mini loaf pan. I used to have some like this!

  32. 8-23
    1:56
    pm

    : :cowsleep: I think butter dish

  33. 10-1
    1:53
    pm

    pretty sure it’s a butter dish.

  34. 10-1
    3:52
    pm

    a butter dish, an olive dish, a hamster’s watering trough, a jello mold? :snoopy:

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