Denby Pottery Celebrates 25

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1989, the year Harry met Sally, Black Box were ‘ride on time’ and a little bit of magic was born (well Daniel Radcliffe came into the world!). From Japanese zen to country chintz, the Eighties was the decade of exuberance and excess, where pastels and neon rubbed shoulders (large Dynasty style ones obviously). No colour was too bold, no pattern too garish and no rules that couldn’t be broken!

Denby Imperial Blue Main Portrait low

Looking back, there’s much of the era that we’d rather forget but some designs have stood the test of time. Imperial Blue, in vibrant blue and crisp white, is Denby’s most iconic tableware range. Created in the 1980’s it is instantly recognisable and more popular than ever in 2014. Evolving over the years to meet contemporary dining needs, Imperial Blue has always retained its integrity and quality. Made at its pottery in Derbyshire, England, the range epitomises Denby’s straightforward approach to design to create pottery for well presented food for all occasions.

Denby Imperial Blue Craftsmans Mugs (large & small)To celebrate the 25th anniversary in style, Denby have launched a collection of limited edition Imperial Blue pieces in some of it’s most iconic shapes, including a mixing bowl, vase, 1 pint Craftsman’s mug and two tiered cake stand. Featuring all the inherent strength expected from Denby, the new pieces come gift boxed and perfectly priced to make excellent Christmas presents. All are available from www.denby.co.uk or telephone 01773 740899 for stockist details.

However, if you are feeling lucky today, why not enter our exclusive competition to win an Imperial Blue 16 Piece Boxed Set which has a RRP of £216!  The Boxed Set contains : 4 x Dinner Plate 4 x Tea Plate 4 x Soup/Cereal Bowl 4 x Coffee Beaker.

 

Win the Imperial Blue 16 Piece Set from Denby!

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Founder of Eclectic Enchantments blog, Erika has also been a beauty writer, fashion writer and Beauty & Accessories Editor for a large online magazine before starting Erisea. Erika lives with her dog, Hendrix and beautiful baby girl. She suffers with Fibromyalgia and CFS, among other illnesses which leaves her housebound much of the time. Her passion is writing.

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