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A rare example of a grocers slab with the single word BUTTER to front. This example is made by Rushbrookes and has a slight yellow tint to the glaze. General light crazing to glaze. A faint glaze hairline runs across one corner and a minute nibble to top. No repair, staining or other damage. These slabs are generally found with the words Pure Butter so a single word example is much harder to find. Length 13 inches, width 13 inches. English, Early 20th century.