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where to buy a butter bell

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Had dinner at a friend's and saw a butter bell. Had never known what it was but loved the idea.

Where could I buy one in the downtown Toronto area? I know that Trudeau manufactures this but I have never actually seen it.

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  1. Not downtown, but I got mine via mail order at Ashton Green (they have a store in Ottawa, but ship anywhere in Canada).

    http://www.ashtongreen.com/webstore.t...

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    1. re: TorontoJo

      Ashtongreen actually relocated to Scarborough, and they allow customer to pick up their orders to save on shipping !

    2. Cayes sells them...called a Butter CROCK. $10.

      I've also seen them at some Winner's stores.

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      1. re: LUV_TO_EAT

        Caynes now selling them for $6.

        http://www.cayneshousewares.com/produ...

      2. I got one at Winner's. Five bucks. I've seen them at HomeSense, too.

        1. I've seen one at William Ashley on Bloor in the past. You could always try the place in the south St Lawrence Market, and even Bowring stores had them at one point.

          1. Cook's Place and IQ Living on Danforth have them.

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            1. re: shana

              I'd call "BiancoPlus" (Sarahband) on Avenue Road on the East side just south of Davenport.

            2. I bought one at William-Sonoma so I guess it was more expensive than the ones suggested here. The butter drops into the water in the bottom part when it gets too warm, anyway.