yup, doing this worked great for me on a butter dish. i did the repair over a year ago, the dish has been through the wash quite a few times( apparently theyre supposed to be washed before adding a new stick of butter???), and if i didn't know where the repair was made i wouldn't know it was repaired.Test the fit first, then wet one of the broken ceramic surfaces with water and place a drop of CA on the other surface. Put them together. You'll end up with a nearly invisible joint that's very strong and water resistant. Any excess can be cleaned up with acetone afterwards.
[emoji1010] Steve Shannon [emoji1010]