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Handmade Stoneware Creamer

Coffee, tea and me!
Not a one-note player! We love this great shape for it's graceful beauty but did you know that stoneware keeps liquid temperature consistent all through the meal? Gently warm some delicious Vermont maple syrup in the microwave and enjoy at breakfast ..mix & sprinkle dressing on your fresh greens at supper time! And, yes, of course this is the creamer you would use for coffee cream, too! Can we say Ta-Dah?

Our # 2088 creamer is 3 1/2"H and holds 8oz. Specialty glazes may reflect a slightly higher price point.
CODE: 2088-P
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You're The Cream In My Coffee


You're the cream in my coffee, You're the salt in my stew, You'll always be my necessity-- I'd be lost without you. You're the starch in my collar, You're the lace in my shoe, You'll always be my necessity-- I'd be lost without you... "You're the Cream in My Coffee" was a popular song in it's day, published in 1928. The music was written by Ray Henderson, the lyrics by Buddy G. DeSylva and Lew Brown.