1990s Advertising Ceramic Lurpak Butter Douglas Toast Rack

£9.99

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1990s Advertising Ceramic Lurpak Butter Douglas Toast Rack

If you remember your British Lurpak butter adverts, then you will immediately recognise this 1990s Advertising Ceramic Lurpak Butter Douglas Toast Rack!

A cream ceramic, four division, toast rack with the ‘Douglas’ butter man character standing on the right of the rack. The Lurpak logo is printed on the front of the rack.

The toast rack was made by Wade ceramics and dates to the 1990s. It is in good condition with no cracks, chips or restoration.

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1990s Advertising Ceramic Lurpak Butter Douglas Toast Rack
1990s Advertising Ceramic Lurpak Butter Douglas Toast Rack

Approximate measurements:

  • Base length: 17cm
  • Base width: 7cm
  • Height: 9.3cm

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Some Trivia For You!

Douglas was a cute comic character, invented by by Aardman Animations. He featured in Lurpak (Danish) butter adverts from 1986 to 2003. Made out of butter, one of the popular adverts featured the animated Douglas playing Rimsky Korsakov, badly, on the trombone. The advert was narrated by the British actress, Penelope Keith (Margot from ‘The Good Life’). The end of the advert was marked with the phrase ‘Not now, Douglas,’ hence you never heard the end of the ‘Flight of The Bumble Bee!’

I’ve shared the You Tube video with you for those of you who may not remember the advert.

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Weight 0.7 kg