Thursday, June 7, 2012

L. Tremain Sugar Bowl Sponsor Spotlight

Do you guys remember the Mother's Day package that had the Butter Belle Crock that holds the butter inside with the ice water all around it? Well, the great folks at L. Tremain's has done it again and this time around they sent me the Anitque Sugar Bowl for me to review for my Father's Day Event that starts on June 10th and ends on the 18th. Which means that the winner will also get one of these beautiful Sugar Bowls!

Below are some details of the Sugar Bowl:

•Measures 4" in height
•High-fired New Bone China is exceptionally strong.
•Durable enamel-glaze finish is easy to clean and resists chips, scratches and stains.
•Dishwasher Safe
•Colors coordinate with L. Tremain Antique Ceramic Collection.

You are gonna love this beautiful sugar bowl. I got the Ivory Rose because that is the color of my Butter Belle Crock but they have other colors available as well, such as the White Linen, Sea Spray and Rouge (which is a red color). They are all so very beautiful. But I am not surprised because L. Tremain's has some of the best pottery and tableware that I have seen in a long time. You can also get the Spoon Rest to match with the rest of your kitche table wear. They also have the same four colors to choose from.

Oh and I can't leave out the Antique Creamers that go with the Sugar Bowl. As with with spoons and the sugar bowl, you can get the Creamer's in the same colors as well so that you are definitely matched all the way around. Isn't that just gorgeous. Again, you can get the same 4 colors so don't worry because I am showing you only the colors that I chose.

The only thing I will show you last will veer off from what all matches above. You guys know by now that I am an avid tea drinker and anytime find something that looks like it might work for me or whoever as far as loose tea, I like to pass that info on. So, here is their Tea Steeper that I liked the most. The only difference with this product is that it comes in 5 colors, the Midnight Black, Golden Yellow, Royal Blue, Lime Green and Maraschino Red.

These cups are made of durable New Bone China and the tea steepers are dishwasher and microwave safe.

They also are:

•Easy-to-Use Three Piece Steeping System
•Perfect for Brewing any brand of Loose Tea
•Mugs hold 10 ounces
•Matching colors available in Retro Butter Bell® crock style, which makes a great gift set for any occasion!

I found this little bit of history about how L. Tremain started:
The L. Tremain Company, founded in 1996, is a privately-held, family run business based in Los Angeles, CA. The company’s main focus is to provide unique and time-honored kitchen tools, gourmet housewares and decorative tabletop lines to consumers worldwide.

The very first product line launched by the company was based on a centuries old French butter storage device. The company has taken the traditional French concept, increased its effectiveness and beauty, to create an innovative butter storage unit specifically for the American palate—the Original Butter Bell® Crock. Since its inception in 1996, the Butter Bell® crock has become the most recognized brand of butter crocks in the US and Canada.
Connect with L.Tremain:

Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 10728
Marina Del Rey, CA 90295
Customer Service: 1.800.666.6126
Ordering: 1.888.575.1900

Disclaimer: Mary Bearden personally reviewed these products. I did not receive any monetary compensation for my review, just a sample product. All opinions are mine and belong to me solely. My thoughts and opinions may differ from yours. Pictures were taken off of Tremain's site due to my camera being on the fritz again.


jbafaith said...

What a beautiful set! I have always had a fondness for antique dishes. Some of the older style things just seem more homey.

tranch said...

i love the quality of these dishes

sueparks2003 said...

My grandmother collected creamer pitchers and sugar bowls til she pasted at age 93, (most were sold for medical expenses) so my father began collecting them in her honor, Thanks!
Gladys P

rache81 said...

These are beautiful! My dad could use a new sugar bowl.. his current one is circa 1970.