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    strydesc11 The Denby approach is simple; beautiful and practical tableware designed for modern life. When modern life requires a no-fuss range of hard-wearing yet still beautiful items, enter Elements.

    Made from stoneware using our renowned iron-rich clay and crafted in Derbyshire in the same way for over 200 years, this range features a number of hard wearing and versatile pieces designed for modern living but made to last; ideally sized bowls for cereal, soup, pasta, as well as rice and serving bowls. Every item can also be used in the oven, dishwasher, freezer and microwave.

    In muted shades of light grey, green, blue and cream, our new Elements collection has been designed to complement your home. Incorporating essential shapes such as Dinner Plates and Cereal Bowl Sets, Elements is perfect for everyday use, whilst maintaining a contemporary look. As well as being able to purchase Elements as loose items, the collection also comes in easy to buy packaging, which makes a great gift and is conveniently boxed in sets of four.

    Mix and match the varying hues for an eclectic style, or select your tone in line with your home styling and interiors. The beauty of Elements is in its ability to effortlessly sit within any colour palette, enabling you to add this range to your current tableware collection. With a glossy finish, Elements has a fresh and calming appeal that will brighten up your home and table setting. The splash of colour against the block white creates a delicate and subtle exterior. Embrace the simplicity of Elements and style it with natural, earthy and organic textures for a beautiful and understated style. For a classic, country feel, showcase Elements with striped patterns, similar to our checked Placemats. Florals also work well with Elements, and help to highlight its chalky colour effect.

    In addition, our made in England Elements range is perfect if you are moving into your first home and are looking for a tableware set that will easily coordinate with your new space. The neutral colours and resilient design of Elements, also make it ideal for families who need sophisticated and reliable dinnerware to use at every meal. Elements is an uncomplicated range of products at affordable prices.

    Design a home that you can escape within, and use pared-back tones including grey and cream. This colour combination can be anything but mundane; think floral filled centrepieces and geometric tablecloths adorned with refined tableware in such colourways. In particular, grey has been predicted to be a key colour trend for 2016, and is a definitive colour for creating timeless table displays.

    Whether your style is pastel pretty and would suit Elements in green and blue, modernistic which calls for its grey tones or classic in natural cream, Elements is a valuable stoneware collection that will help you to beautify your home.

    This is style made simple. See the full Elements collection here.
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    desc11 The Denby approach is simple; beautiful and practical tableware designed for modern life. When modern life requires a no-fuss range of hard-wearing yet still beautiful items, enter Elements.

    Made from stoneware using our renowned iron-rich clay and crafted in Derbyshire in the same way for over 200 years, this range features a number of hard wearing and versatile pieces designed for modern living but made to last; ideally sized bowls for cereal, soup, pasta, as well as rice and serving bowls. Every item can also be used in the oven, dishwasher, freezer and microwave.

    In muted shades of light grey, green, blue and cream, our new Elements collection has been designed to complement your home. Incorporating essential shapes such as Dinner Plates and Cereal Bowl Sets, Elements is perfect for everyday use, whilst maintaining a contemporary look. As well as being able to purchase Elements as loose items, the collection also comes in easy to buy packaging, which makes a great gift and is conveniently boxed in sets of four.

    Mix and match the varying hues for an eclectic style, or select your tone in line with your home styling and interiors. The beauty of Elements is in its ability to effortlessly sit within any colour palette, enabling you to add this range to your current tableware collection. With a glossy finish, Elements has a fresh and calming appeal that will brighten up your home and table setting. The splash of colour against the block white creates a delicate and subtle exterior. Embrace the simplicity of Elements and style it with natural, earthy and organic textures for a beautiful and understated style. For a classic, country feel, showcase Elements with striped patterns, similar to our checked Placemats. Florals also work well with Elements, and help to highlight its chalky colour effect.

    In addition, our made in England Elements range is perfect if you are moving into your first home and are looking for a tableware set that will easily coordinate with your new space. The neutral colours and resilient design of Elements, also make it ideal for families who need sophisticated and reliable dinnerware to use at every meal. Elements is an uncomplicated range of products at affordable prices.

    Design a home that you can escape within, and use pared-back tones including grey and cream. This colour combination can be anything but mundane; think floral filled centrepieces and geometric tablecloths adorned with refined tableware in such colourways. In particular, grey has been predicted to be a key colour trend for 2016, and is a definitive colour for creating timeless table displays.

    Whether your style is pastel pretty and would suit Elements in green and blue, modernistic which calls for its grey tones or classic in natural cream, Elements is a valuable stoneware collection that will help you to beautify your home.

    This is style made simple. See the full Elements collection here.
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  • New in: Elements

    The Denby approach is simple; beautiful and practical tableware designed for modern life. When modern life requires a no-fuss range of hard-wearing yet still beautiful items, enter Elements.

    Made from stoneware using our renowned iron-rich clay and crafted in Derbyshire in the same way for over 200 years, this range features a number of hard wearing and versatile pieces designed for modern living but made to last; ideally sized bowls for cereal, soup, pasta, as well as rice and serving bowls. Every item can also be used in the oven, dishwasher, freezer and microwave.

    In muted shades of light grey, green, blue and cream, our new Elements collection has been designed to complement your home. Incorporating essential shapes such as Dinner Plates and Cereal Bowl Sets, Elements is perfect for everyday use, whilst maintaining a contemporary look. As well as being able to purchase Elements as loose items, the collection also comes in easy to buy packaging, which makes a great gift and is conveniently boxed in sets of four.

    Mix and match the varying hues for an eclectic style, or select your tone in line with your home styling and interiors. The beauty of Elements is in its ability to effortlessly sit within any colour palette, enabling you to add this range to your current tableware collection. With a glossy finish, Elements has a fresh and calming appeal that will brighten up your home and table setting. The splash of colour against the block white creates a delicate and subtle exterior. Embrace the simplicity of Elements and style it with natural, earthy and organic textures for a beautiful and understated style. For a classic, country feel, showcase Elements with striped patterns, similar to our checked Placemats. Florals also work well with Elements, and help to highlight its chalky colour effect.

    In addition, our made in England Elements range is perfect if you are moving into your first home and are looking for a tableware set that will easily coordinate with your new space. The neutral colours and resilient design of Elements, also make it ideal for families who need sophisticated and reliable dinnerware to use at every meal. Elements is an uncomplicated range of products at affordable prices.

    Design a home that you can escape within, and use pared-back tones including grey and cream. This colour combination can be anything but mundane; think floral filled centrepieces and geometric tablecloths adorned with refined tableware in such colourways. In particular, grey has been predicted to be a key colour trend for 2016, and is a definitive colour for creating timeless table displays.

    Whether your style is pastel pretty and would suit Elements in green and blue, modernistic which calls for its grey tones or classic in natural cream, Elements is a valuable stoneware collection that will help you to beautify your home.

    This is style made simple. See the full Elements collection here.

    New in: Elements
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    strydesc11 Summer is upon us, and the prestigious tennis tournament, Wimbledon starts today. First introduced in July of 1877, Wimbledon initially took place at a private club recognised as the ‘All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club’. Taking place from 27th June-10th July this year, this annual tennis event welcomes the world’s best sportsmen to play for the championship title.

    Renowned tennis players from all over the world will be arriving at Wimbledon today, along with thousands of spectaculars, eager to capture a glimpse of this famous tournament. This year, Novak Djokovic will be playing to defend his Wimbledon title.

    Wimbledon now incorporates five tournaments, including men’s and women’s singles and doubles, junior singles and mixed and invitational doubles. This shows major development since the start of the competition in 1877, when the tournament only showcased men’s singles. It was in 1884 when women’s singles were introduced, and Maud Watson claimed the first women’s title. It is evident that Wimbledon has hugely progressed since 1877, however certain aspects of the tennis tournament have remained unchanged – notably the white dress code, the presence of the Royal family and strawberries and cream.

    Characteristically English, strawberries and cream have been a firm fixture at Wimbledon since its origination. It is estimated that this year’s Wimbledon tournament will devour twenty-three tonnes of strawberries and seven thousand litres of cream.

    There are a multitude of theories surrounding the presence of strawberries and cream at Wimbledon. In season at the time of the first event, strawberries were also considered to be a fashionable food during the Victorian era. Regardless of the reasons behind their initial introduction, it is clear that strawberries and cream have become symbolic of this world-famous tennis event.

    Photo credits: logonoid.com, iffleyblue.co.uk.
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    desc11 Summer is upon us, and the prestigious tennis tournament, Wimbledon starts today. First introduced in July of 1877, Wimbledon initially took place at a private club recognised as the ‘All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club’. Taking place from 27th June-10th July this year, this annual tennis event welcomes the world’s best sportsmen to play for the championship title.

    Renowned tennis players from all over the world will be arriving at Wimbledon today, along with thousands of spectaculars, eager to capture a glimpse of this famous tournament. This year, Novak Djokovic will be playing to defend his Wimbledon title.

    Wimbledon now incorporates five tournaments, including men’s and women’s singles and doubles, junior singles and mixed and invitational doubles. This shows major development since the start of the competition in 1877, when the tournament only showcased men’s singles. It was in 1884 when women’s singles were introduced, and Maud Watson claimed the first women’s title. It is evident that Wimbledon has hugely progressed since 1877, however certain aspects of the tennis tournament have remained unchanged – notably the white dress code, the presence of the Royal family and strawberries and cream.

    Characteristically English, strawberries and cream have been a firm fixture at Wimbledon since its origination. It is estimated that this year’s Wimbledon tournament will devour twenty-three tonnes of strawberries and seven thousand litres of cream.

    There are a multitude of theories surrounding the presence of strawberries and cream at Wimbledon. In season at the time of the first event, strawberries were also considered to be a fashionable food during the Victorian era. Regardless of the reasons behind their initial introduction, it is clear that strawberries and cream have become symbolic of this world-famous tennis event.

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  • Strawberries and Cream at Wimbledon

    Summer is upon us, and the prestigious tennis tournament, Wimbledon starts today. First introduced in July of 1877, Wimbledon initially took place at a private club recognised as the ‘All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club’. Taking place from 27th June-10th July this year, this annual tennis event welcomes the world’s best sportsmen to play for the championship title.

    Renowned tennis players from all over the world will be arriving at Wimbledon today, along with thousands of spectaculars, eager to capture a glimpse of this famous tournament. This year, Novak Djokovic will be playing to defend his Wimbledon title.

    Wimbledon now incorporates five tournaments, including men’s and women’s singles and doubles, junior singles and mixed and invitational doubles. This shows major development since the start of the competition in 1877, when the tournament only showcased men’s singles. It was in 1884 when women’s singles were introduced, and Maud Watson claimed the first women’s title. It is evident that Wimbledon has hugely progressed since 1877, however certain aspects of the tennis tournament have remained unchanged – notably the white dress code, the presence of the Royal family and strawberries and cream.

    Characteristically English, strawberries and cream have been a firm fixture at Wimbledon since its origination. It is estimated that this year’s Wimbledon tournament will devour twenty-three tonnes of strawberries and seven thousand litres of cream.

    There are a multitude of theories surrounding the presence of strawberries and cream at Wimbledon. In season at the time of the first event, strawberries were also considered to be a fashionable food during the Victorian era. Regardless of the reasons behind their initial introduction, it is clear that strawberries and cream have become symbolic of this world-famous tennis event.

    Photo credits: logonoid.com, iffleyblue.co.uk.

    Strawberries and Cream at Wimbledon
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    strydesc11 Pinterest is a must-see for home, interiors and food inspiration. As this visual source continues to provide us with an abundance of unique ideas and beautiful imagery, we have eagerly anticipated their view on this year’s top trending colours. In order to accumulate the most prevalent hues, Pinterest explored the most popular colourways featured within its leading pins.

    Pinterest has spoken! The trending interior colours for 2016 have been announced, and here they are:

    Grey

    From accents of grey exhibited across curtains and cushions, to bold, block greys featured on statement walls, grey has been forecast as a key colour for 2016. Ranging from subtle tones, to deep and darker shades, grey is a contemporary colour with an earthy feel. Such tones have the ability to warm up a room and can be utilised to create a relaxed and modern look.

    Depending on the size of the room, you are able to experiment with different depths of grey, following the simple rule that small rooms suit lighter shades, and larger rooms be can enhanced with darker tones. Mixing contrastive tones from the same colour palette can work well and varying the grey hues on your walls and furniture can create a distinctive effect.

    To capture tones of grey within your tableware, explore our Jet collection with its bold shades and striped pattern. For a chic and simple finish, look at one of our latest collections, Elements in Light Grey. An eternally modern design, this pattern will update your kitchen and give a natural and serene finish. In terms of accessories, slate can add an element of texture and complement any grey colour scheme. Use slate as minimal coasters and table mats to present vases and jugs, centre-pieces as well as tableware.

    For an elegant and decorative exterior, choose our Filigree Silver pattern by Monsoon by Denby. A symmetrical design, the delicate silver detailing provides a metallic finish which is a contrast against the soft, cream china. From Dinner Plates to Bowls and Cake Stands, our Filigree Silver collection would make a stunning addition to your home interiors.

    Mauve

    A trans-seasonal shade, mauve is the second colour that Pinterest have named as one of their top trending colours for 2016. A cross of warm pinks and cool lilacs combine to produce this vibrant lavender tone which makes an interior statement. Vivid in colour and instantly stylish, mauve is the perfect shade for creating a modern kitchen, living room or bedroom.

    Mauve can be easily accompanied with shades of green and blue, and can make a dominate accent hue for the home. Although mauve may initially seem to be a bold colour choice, when displayed against shades ranging from aqua blues to crimson reds, it has a surprisingly stunning effect. For a more refined exterior, showcase purple with cream and soft yellow tones.

    For a hint of mauve, explore our opulent Heather collection with its double glazed finish. Each piece of Heather is unique, due to it being hand glazed within our Derbyshire factory. Featuring subtle violet tones which intensify at the edge, Heather is a distinctive tableware range. Statement pieces include the Heather Teapot, Oval Platter and Cereal Bowl.

    Perfect for al fresco dining and late-night dinner parties, our Monsoon Cosmic glass collection showcases a rich plum colourway. Display in your table setting for an accentuated splash of colour – the beauty of this tone is enough to brighten the setting without overwhelming the look.

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    desc11 Pinterest is a must-see for home, interiors and food inspiration. As this visual source continues to provide us with an abundance of unique ideas and beautiful imagery, we have eagerly anticipated their view on this year’s top trending colours. In order to accumulate the most prevalent hues, Pinterest explored the most popular colourways featured within its leading pins.

    Pinterest has spoken! The trending interior colours for 2016 have been announced, and here they are:

    Grey

    From accents of grey exhibited across curtains and cushions, to bold, block greys featured on statement walls, grey has been forecast as a key colour for 2016. Ranging from subtle tones, to deep and darker shades, grey is a contemporary colour with an earthy feel. Such tones have the ability to warm up a room and can be utilised to create a relaxed and modern look.

    Depending on the size of the room, you are able to experiment with different depths of grey, following the simple rule that small rooms suit lighter shades, and larger rooms be can enhanced with darker tones. Mixing contrastive tones from the same colour palette can work well and varying the grey hues on your walls and furniture can create a distinctive effect.

    To capture tones of grey within your tableware, explore our Jet collection with its bold shades and striped pattern. For a chic and simple finish, look at one of our latest collections, Elements in Light Grey. An eternally modern design, this pattern will update your kitchen and give a natural and serene finish. In terms of accessories, slate can add an element of texture and complement any grey colour scheme. Use slate as minimal coasters and table mats to present vases and jugs, centre-pieces as well as tableware.

    For an elegant and decorative exterior, choose our Filigree Silver pattern by Monsoon by Denby. A symmetrical design, the delicate silver detailing provides a metallic finish which is a contrast against the soft, cream china. From Dinner Plates to Bowls and Cake Stands, our Filigree Silver collection would make a stunning addition to your home interiors.

    Mauve

    A trans-seasonal shade, mauve is the second colour that Pinterest have named as one of their top trending colours for 2016. A cross of warm pinks and cool lilacs combine to produce this vibrant lavender tone which makes an interior statement. Vivid in colour and instantly stylish, mauve is the perfect shade for creating a modern kitchen, living room or bedroom.

    Mauve can be easily accompanied with shades of green and blue, and can make a dominate accent hue for the home. Although mauve may initially seem to be a bold colour choice, when displayed against shades ranging from aqua blues to crimson reds, it has a surprisingly stunning effect. For a more refined exterior, showcase purple with cream and soft yellow tones.

    For a hint of mauve, explore our opulent Heather collection with its double glazed finish. Each piece of Heather is unique, due to it being hand glazed within our Derbyshire factory. Featuring subtle violet tones which intensify at the edge, Heather is a distinctive tableware range. Statement pieces include the Heather Teapot, Oval Platter and Cereal Bowl.

    Perfect for al fresco dining and late-night dinner parties, our Monsoon Cosmic glass collection showcases a rich plum colourway. Display in your table setting for an accentuated splash of colour – the beauty of this tone is enough to brighten the setting without overwhelming the look.

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  • Pinterest is a must-see for home, interiors and food inspiration. As this visual source continues to provide us with an abundance of unique ideas and beautiful imagery, we have eagerly anticipated their view on this year’s top trending colours. In order to accumulate the most prevalent hues, Pinterest explored the most popular colourways featured within its leading pins.

    Pinterest has spoken! The trending interior colours for 2016 have been announced, and here they are:

    Grey

    From accents of grey exhibited across curtains and cushions, to bold, block greys featured on statement walls, grey has been forecast as a key colour for 2016. Ranging from subtle tones, to deep and darker shades, grey is a contemporary colour with an earthy feel. Such tones have the ability to warm up a room and can be utilised to create a relaxed and modern look.

    Depending on the size of the room, you are able to experiment with different depths of grey, following the simple rule that small rooms suit lighter shades, and larger rooms be can enhanced with darker tones. Mixing contrastive tones from the same colour palette can work well and varying the grey hues on your walls and furniture can create a distinctive effect.

    To capture tones of grey within your tableware, explore our Jet collection with its bold shades and striped pattern. For a chic and simple finish, look at one of our latest collections, Elements in Light Grey. An eternally modern design, this pattern will update your kitchen and give a natural and serene finish. In terms of accessories, slate can add an element of texture and complement any grey colour scheme. Use slate as minimal coasters and table mats to present vases and jugs, centre-pieces as well as tableware.

    For an elegant and decorative exterior, choose our Filigree Silver pattern by Monsoon by Denby. A symmetrical design, the delicate silver detailing provides a metallic finish which is a contrast against the soft, cream china. From Dinner Plates to Bowls and Cake Stands, our Filigree Silver collection would make a stunning addition to your home interiors.

    Mauve

    A trans-seasonal shade, mauve is the second colour that Pinterest have named as one of their top trending colours for 2016. A cross of warm pinks and cool lilacs combine to produce this vibrant lavender tone which makes an interior statement. Vivid in colour and instantly stylish, mauve is the perfect shade for creating a modern kitchen, living room or bedroom.

    Mauve can be easily accompanied with shades of green and blue, and can make a dominate accent hue for the home. Although mauve may initially seem to be a bold colour choice, when displayed against shades ranging from aqua blues to crimson reds, it has a surprisingly stunning effect. For a more refined exterior, showcase purple with cream and soft yellow tones.

    For a hint of mauve, explore our opulent Heather collection with its double glazed finish. Each piece of Heather is unique, due to it being hand glazed within our Derbyshire factory. Featuring subtle violet tones which intensify at the edge, Heather is a distinctive tableware range. Statement pieces include the Heather Teapot, Oval Platter and Cereal Bowl.

    Perfect for al fresco dining and late-night dinner parties, our Monsoon Cosmic glass collection showcases a rich plum colourway. Display in your table setting for an accentuated splash of colour – the beauty of this tone is enough to brighten the setting without overwhelming the look.

    The Interior Colours of the Year from Pinterest
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    strydesc11 Dinnerware is a special collection of homeware that is used every day. It is continually on display and is the prominent backdrop to your family teatimes, afternoon teas with friends and late-night dinner parties. With this in mind, dinnerware must be adaptable, hard-wearing and beautiful. In modern times, a modern dinnerware set is required, but the emphasis remains on timelessness and longevity.

    Our stoneware collections are comprised of the highest-quality, locally sourced clay. Since it was first founded here at Denby Pottery in 1806, our clay has been used to create our extensive range of dinnerware. Stoneware clay is fully verified which provides strength, durability and chip resistance to our pottery. As well as agelessness, each and every piece is designed to fit beautifully within your home. From our latest collection, Natural Canvas with its understated ‘roulette’ detailing to the vibrant tones of our Halo pattern, our collections are both effortlessly beautiful and functional.

    For a modern and eternal look, explore our clean-cut Linen range. With its natural glaze and sharp lines, it makes a sophisticated statement when positioned in a table arrangement. Stacks of Linen Bowls look considered and elegant, and can be used to decorate your kitchen worktops. Single Bowls work well for holding fruit as well as for using as a practical storage pot for keys and jewellery. Still in a neutral hue, Natural Canvas provides a twist on a classic look. Combining accents of detail with a subtle block glaze, Natural Canvas is perfect to make a contemporary statement. In particular, the Mugs, Coffee Cups and Cafetiere are standalone pieces, designed to encapsulate beauty and practicality in a modern home.

    Exhibiting shades of deep blue and crisp white, Imperial Blue has been a classic design since 1989. With new additions including the Rice Bowl, Noodle Bowl and Nesting Bowls, Imperial Blue is a versatile collection with a characterful design. Bold in colour with a timeless shape, Imperial Blue also works well when displayed alongside contrastive blues for an eclectic effect.

    Regency Green is a dinnerware set with a longstanding history; it incorporates a soft green glaze, similar to shades of duck egg green which have recently dominated interior design, particularly on Instagram and Pinterest. Mixing relaxed tones of sage green with sharp white, Regency Green is a truly classic collection with a modern appeal. The statement Double Dip Mug and Fluted Mug are example designs experimenting with varying glazes and diverse textures. Mix these Mugs with accompanying Regency Green Bowls and Plates for a definitive home style.

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    desc11 Dinnerware is a special collection of homeware that is used every day. It is continually on display and is the prominent backdrop to your family teatimes, afternoon teas with friends and late-night dinner parties. With this in mind, dinnerware must be adaptable, hard-wearing and beautiful. In modern times, a modern dinnerware set is required, but the emphasis remains on timelessness and longevity.

    Our stoneware collections are comprised of the highest-quality, locally sourced clay. Since it was first founded here at Denby Pottery in 1806, our clay has been used to create our extensive range of dinnerware. Stoneware clay is fully verified which provides strength, durability and chip resistance to our pottery. As well as agelessness, each and every piece is designed to fit beautifully within your home. From our latest collection, Natural Canvas with its understated ‘roulette’ detailing to the vibrant tones of our Halo pattern, our collections are both effortlessly beautiful and functional.

    For a modern and eternal look, explore our clean-cut Linen range. With its natural glaze and sharp lines, it makes a sophisticated statement when positioned in a table arrangement. Stacks of Linen Bowls look considered and elegant, and can be used to decorate your kitchen worktops. Single Bowls work well for holding fruit as well as for using as a practical storage pot for keys and jewellery. Still in a neutral hue, Natural Canvas provides a twist on a classic look. Combining accents of detail with a subtle block glaze, Natural Canvas is perfect to make a contemporary statement. In particular, the Mugs, Coffee Cups and Cafetiere are standalone pieces, designed to encapsulate beauty and practicality in a modern home.

    Exhibiting shades of deep blue and crisp white, Imperial Blue has been a classic design since 1989. With new additions including the Rice Bowl, Noodle Bowl and Nesting Bowls, Imperial Blue is a versatile collection with a characterful design. Bold in colour with a timeless shape, Imperial Blue also works well when displayed alongside contrastive blues for an eclectic effect.

    Regency Green is a dinnerware set with a longstanding history; it incorporates a soft green glaze, similar to shades of duck egg green which have recently dominated interior design, particularly on Instagram and Pinterest. Mixing relaxed tones of sage green with sharp white, Regency Green is a truly classic collection with a modern appeal. The statement Double Dip Mug and Fluted Mug are example designs experimenting with varying glazes and diverse textures. Mix these Mugs with accompanying Regency Green Bowls and Plates for a definitive home style.

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  • Modern and Classic Dinnerware

    Dinnerware is a special collection of homeware that is used every day. It is continually on display and is the prominent backdrop to your family teatimes, afternoon teas with friends and late-night dinner parties. With this in mind, dinnerware must be adaptable, hard-wearing and beautiful. In modern times, a modern dinnerware set is required, but the emphasis remains on timelessness and longevity.

    Our stoneware collections are comprised of the highest-quality, locally sourced clay. Since it was first founded here at Denby Pottery in 1806, our clay has been used to create our extensive range of dinnerware. Stoneware clay is fully verified which provides strength, durability and chip resistance to our pottery. As well as agelessness, each and every piece is designed to fit beautifully within your home. From our latest collection, Natural Canvas with its understated ‘roulette’ detailing to the vibrant tones of our Halo pattern, our collections are both effortlessly beautiful and functional.

    For a modern and eternal look, explore our clean-cut Linen range. With its natural glaze and sharp lines, it makes a sophisticated statement when positioned in a table arrangement. Stacks of Linen Bowls look considered and elegant, and can be used to decorate your kitchen worktops. Single Bowls work well for holding fruit as well as for using as a practical storage pot for keys and jewellery. Still in a neutral hue, Natural Canvas provides a twist on a classic look. Combining accents of detail with a subtle block glaze, Natural Canvas is perfect to make a contemporary statement. In particular, the Mugs, Coffee Cups and Cafetiere are standalone pieces, designed to encapsulate beauty and practicality in a modern home.

    Exhibiting shades of deep blue and crisp white, Imperial Blue has been a classic design since 1989. With new additions including the Rice Bowl, Noodle Bowl and Nesting Bowls, Imperial Blue is a versatile collection with a characterful design. Bold in colour with a timeless shape, Imperial Blue also works well when displayed alongside contrastive blues for an eclectic effect.

    Regency Green is a dinnerware set with a longstanding history; it incorporates a soft green glaze, similar to shades of duck egg green which have recently dominated interior design, particularly on Instagram and Pinterest. Mixing relaxed tones of sage green with sharp white, Regency Green is a truly classic collection with a modern appeal. The statement Double Dip Mug and Fluted Mug are example designs experimenting with varying glazes and diverse textures. Mix these Mugs with accompanying Regency Green Bowls and Plates for a definitive home style.

    Modern and Classic Dinnerware
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    strydesc11 One of our favourite Instagrammers, Alice of 'Derbyshire_Living' has compiled a list of the best places to explore in the Peak District. If you are planning a weekend away, or are simply looking to find a new and charming area with plenty to see and do, make sure that you visit Alice’s must-sees:

    The Peak District holds some of England's best kept secrets, something that despite living here all my life, I only really discovered a few years ago when I decided to take up walking as a new hobby. I used to spend hours scrolling though countless backpacker's Instagram feeds, dreaming of travelling to amazing places far across the globe when the truth was, I never realised what beautiful places were already on my doorstep. Why be in such a rush to leave and travel the world before you've even explored your own home? There were endless feeds of people documenting exotic, beautiful foreign countries but I could never find a page dedicated to the beautiful place where I live, which is why I created 'Derbyshire_Living'. This is a place where I document my weekend adventures and hopefully, encourage others to get out the house and explore the beautiful county that we live in.

    One of my favourite places and somewhere that I always find myself at least once a month is Stanage Edge, a 4 mile gritstone cliff located just north of the village of Hathersage. Stanage edge is a climbers' heaven, and is always packed with walkers and people pretending to be Keira Knightley in Pride and Prejudice, gazing out for miles over the breathtaking views (this location was featured in the 2005 remake). Stanage is quite simply breathtaking. Our usual walk amongst the purple moorland and rocky terrain is a circular route from Hollin Bank Car Park, up and along towards Burbage rocks and back again. Be sure to visit Colemans Deli in Hathersage when your finished too, this place makes the most delicious, fresh food...think thick cut bread loaded with the most fresh and delicious salads, meats and sauces. It is without a doubt my favourite place for lunch in the Peak District - just thinking of their goats cheese salad is making me want to grab my coat and run there right now!

    Next on my list and located in the heart of the Peak District is the beautiful village of Castleton. A pretty little place bustling with tiny shops, traditional English pubs, cafes and best of all, surrounded by lots of interesting walking routes. It would be a crime to visit here and not walk up Winnats Pass - this place reminds me of something straight out of a fantasy novel. Think towering green cliffs and a long winding road snaking right down the middle. I love scrambling to the top of here to sit and watch the world go by, it's the perfect sunset spot over Castleton too! Also be sure not to leave Castleton without a walk up Mam Tor. It only takes 10 minutes to get to the top if you park at Mam Nick car park. I just love walking to the top of here when I don't have enough time in the day to go on a full blown hike, it's the perfect way to get a healthy dose of fresh, clean air. To one side you can see over the Edale Valley to Kinder Scout, and the other over to Castleton, surrounded by rolling, lush green hills.

    I've saved the best until last: Kinder Scout. This walk isn't for the faint hearted, and hiking experience is required if you want to trek up to the highest point of the Peak District! You'll have sore legs at the end of the day walking up here, but the phenomenal views make every ache and pain worth it. There’s no easy way to scale Kinder but our chosen route starts from Edale station, up through the village, up to Grindsbrook along the tops and back down to Jacobs Ladder. This is a good 4 hour walk so a picnic is essential! In Grindsbrook, you will have to heave yourself up very rocky terrain and slippery streams but the view at the top of here is breathtaking. I feel like I'm on the top of the world up here!

    I could sit and write all day about our weekend adventures in the Peak District. Unmissable places also include Curbar Edge (a favourite sunset spot of mine), Lady Bower Reservoir (also a great cycling route here), Win Hill, Padley Gorge (this looks like an enchanted fairytale forest), Monsal Head, Dovedale, Kinder Reservoir and the list goes on! The more we go walking, the more I fall in love with being outdoors and the more of our favourite memories are made! I am truly at my happiest in my old worn hiking boots with nothing but green rolling hills and a day of exploring in front of me. I'm always counting down the days at work waiting for Saturday to roll around so we can get outside and go exploring. I can’t urge you enough to visit one of these places. Pull on your coat, pack a picnic and get to exploring the beautiful Peak District - it’s surprisingly fun to be a tourist in your own home!

    Follow Alice on Instagram at 'Derbyshire_Living' for more picturesque inspiration.
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    desc11 One of our favourite Instagrammers, Alice of 'Derbyshire_Living' has compiled a list of the best places to explore in the Peak District. If you are planning a weekend away, or are simply looking to find a new and charming area with plenty to see and do, make sure that you visit Alice’s must-sees:

    The Peak District holds some of England's best kept secrets, something that despite living here all my life, I only really discovered a few years ago when I decided to take up walking as a new hobby. I used to spend hours scrolling though countless backpacker's Instagram feeds, dreaming of travelling to amazing places far across the globe when the truth was, I never realised what beautiful places were already on my doorstep. Why be in such a rush to leave and travel the world before you've even explored your own home? There were endless feeds of people documenting exotic, beautiful foreign countries but I could never find a page dedicated to the beautiful place where I live, which is why I created 'Derbyshire_Living'. This is a place where I document my weekend adventures and hopefully, encourage others to get out the house and explore the beautiful county that we live in.

    One of my favourite places and somewhere that I always find myself at least once a month is Stanage Edge, a 4 mile gritstone cliff located just north of the village of Hathersage. Stanage edge is a climbers' heaven, and is always packed with walkers and people pretending to be Keira Knightley in Pride and Prejudice, gazing out for miles over the breathtaking views (this location was featured in the 2005 remake). Stanage is quite simply breathtaking. Our usual walk amongst the purple moorland and rocky terrain is a circular route from Hollin Bank Car Park, up and along towards Burbage rocks and back again. Be sure to visit Colemans Deli in Hathersage when your finished too, this place makes the most delicious, fresh food...think thick cut bread loaded with the most fresh and delicious salads, meats and sauces. It is without a doubt my favourite place for lunch in the Peak District - just thinking of their goats cheese salad is making me want to grab my coat and run there right now!

    Next on my list and located in the heart of the Peak District is the beautiful village of Castleton. A pretty little place bustling with tiny shops, traditional English pubs, cafes and best of all, surrounded by lots of interesting walking routes. It would be a crime to visit here and not walk up Winnats Pass - this place reminds me of something straight out of a fantasy novel. Think towering green cliffs and a long winding road snaking right down the middle. I love scrambling to the top of here to sit and watch the world go by, it's the perfect sunset spot over Castleton too! Also be sure not to leave Castleton without a walk up Mam Tor. It only takes 10 minutes to get to the top if you park at Mam Nick car park. I just love walking to the top of here when I don't have enough time in the day to go on a full blown hike, it's the perfect way to get a healthy dose of fresh, clean air. To one side you can see over the Edale Valley to Kinder Scout, and the other over to Castleton, surrounded by rolling, lush green hills.

    I've saved the best until last: Kinder Scout. This walk isn't for the faint hearted, and hiking experience is required if you want to trek up to the highest point of the Peak District! You'll have sore legs at the end of the day walking up here, but the phenomenal views make every ache and pain worth it. There’s no easy way to scale Kinder but our chosen route starts from Edale station, up through the village, up to Grindsbrook along the tops and back down to Jacobs Ladder. This is a good 4 hour walk so a picnic is essential! In Grindsbrook, you will have to heave yourself up very rocky terrain and slippery streams but the view at the top of here is breathtaking. I feel like I'm on the top of the world up here!

    I could sit and write all day about our weekend adventures in the Peak District. Unmissable places also include Curbar Edge (a favourite sunset spot of mine), Lady Bower Reservoir (also a great cycling route here), Win Hill, Padley Gorge (this looks like an enchanted fairytale forest), Monsal Head, Dovedale, Kinder Reservoir and the list goes on! The more we go walking, the more I fall in love with being outdoors and the more of our favourite memories are made! I am truly at my happiest in my old worn hiking boots with nothing but green rolling hills and a day of exploring in front of me. I'm always counting down the days at work waiting for Saturday to roll around so we can get outside and go exploring. I can’t urge you enough to visit one of these places. Pull on your coat, pack a picnic and get to exploring the beautiful Peak District - it’s surprisingly fun to be a tourist in your own home!

    Follow Alice on Instagram at 'Derbyshire_Living' for more picturesque inspiration.
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  • One of our favourite Instagrammers, Alice of 'Derbyshire_Living' has compiled a list of the best places to explore in the Peak District. If you are planning a weekend away, or are simply looking to find a new and charming area with plenty to see and do, make sure that you visit Alice’s must-sees:

    The Peak District holds some of England's best kept secrets, something that despite living here all my life, I only really discovered a few years ago when I decided to take up walking as a new hobby. I used to spend hours scrolling though countless backpacker's Instagram feeds, dreaming of travelling to amazing places far across the globe when the truth was, I never realised what beautiful places were already on my doorstep. Why be in such a rush to leave and travel the world before you've even explored your own home? There were endless feeds of people documenting exotic, beautiful foreign countries but I could never find a page dedicated to the beautiful place where I live, which is why I created 'Derbyshire_Living'. This is a place where I document my weekend adventures and hopefully, encourage others to get out the house and explore the beautiful county that we live in.

    One of my favourite places and somewhere that I always find myself at least once a month is Stanage Edge, a 4 mile gritstone cliff located just north of the village of Hathersage. Stanage edge is a climbers' heaven, and is always packed with walkers and people pretending to be Keira Knightley in Pride and Prejudice, gazing out for miles over the breathtaking views (this location was featured in the 2005 remake). Stanage is quite simply breathtaking. Our usual walk amongst the purple moorland and rocky terrain is a circular route from Hollin Bank Car Park, up and along towards Burbage rocks and back again. Be sure to visit Colemans Deli in Hathersage when your finished too, this place makes the most delicious, fresh food...think thick cut bread loaded with the most fresh and delicious salads, meats and sauces. It is without a doubt my favourite place for lunch in the Peak District - just thinking of their goats cheese salad is making me want to grab my coat and run there right now!

    Next on my list and located in the heart of the Peak District is the beautiful village of Castleton. A pretty little place bustling with tiny shops, traditional English pubs, cafes and best of all, surrounded by lots of interesting walking routes. It would be a crime to visit here and not walk up Winnats Pass - this place reminds me of something straight out of a fantasy novel. Think towering green cliffs and a long winding road snaking right down the middle. I love scrambling to the top of here to sit and watch the world go by, it's the perfect sunset spot over Castleton too! Also be sure not to leave Castleton without a walk up Mam Tor. It only takes 10 minutes to get to the top if you park at Mam Nick car park. I just love walking to the top of here when I don't have enough time in the day to go on a full blown hike, it's the perfect way to get a healthy dose of fresh, clean air. To one side you can see over the Edale Valley to Kinder Scout, and the other over to Castleton, surrounded by rolling, lush green hills.

    I've saved the best until last: Kinder Scout. This walk isn't for the faint hearted, and hiking experience is required if you want to trek up to the highest point of the Peak District! You'll have sore legs at the end of the day walking up here, but the phenomenal views make every ache and pain worth it. There’s no easy way to scale Kinder but our chosen route starts from Edale station, up through the village, up to Grindsbrook along the tops and back down to Jacobs Ladder. This is a good 4 hour walk so a picnic is essential! In Grindsbrook, you will have to heave yourself up very rocky terrain and slippery streams but the view at the top of here is breathtaking. I feel like I'm on the top of the world up here!

    I could sit and write all day about our weekend adventures in the Peak District. Unmissable places also include Curbar Edge (a favourite sunset spot of mine), Lady Bower Reservoir (also a great cycling route here), Win Hill, Padley Gorge (this looks like an enchanted fairytale forest), Monsal Head, Dovedale, Kinder Reservoir and the list goes on! The more we go walking, the more I fall in love with being outdoors and the more of our favourite memories are made! I am truly at my happiest in my old worn hiking boots with nothing but green rolling hills and a day of exploring in front of me. I'm always counting down the days at work waiting for Saturday to roll around so we can get outside and go exploring. I can’t urge you enough to visit one of these places. Pull on your coat, pack a picnic and get to exploring the beautiful Peak District - it’s surprisingly fun to be a tourist in your own home!

    Follow Alice on Instagram at 'Derbyshire_Living' for more picturesque inspiration.

    Exploring the Peak District with Instagrammer, 'Derbyshire_Living'
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    strydesc11 With summertime fast approaching, now is the time to start planning a picnic. From parks to hilltops, riversides to beaches, a picnic is a great way to relish the outdoors, savour fresh food and spend valuable time with your friends and family.

    Preparation is key when planning a summer picnic – this can save you plenty of time on the day of the event, and guarantee that you don’t forget any essential items. For instance, decide on a picnic basket or box to store your pottery and non-perishable foods within. A simple cooler can then be taken for chilled items including drinks.

    Classic picnic favourites including deli chicken, seasoned sausages, cheese and fruit can be served in small Ramekin dishes whilst breads and other meats are best shared on Platters. Always take sets of Plates and Bowls, bearing in mind that Bowls are the new Plates! Bowls are ideal for holding a range of different foods, they will also prevent any spillages and are easily stacked and stored. Taking an arrangement of different shapes and colours of tableware looks beautifully eclectic and suits the theming and mood of a summer picnic.

    For the Plates that are taken, choose Salad Plates as they are an amenable size and can be used for savoury and sweet dishes. Small Side Bowls have been designed to hold sauces, which makes them ideal for dips, oils as well as olives, sun-dried tomatoes and cheese. For dessert, choosing capacious Bowls which suit mousses, creme brulees, cakes and fruit pies. As part of our exclusive James Martin collection, the 5 Piece Cheese Knife Set is the perfect, compact kit to bring along with you for serving and sharing different cheeses. This Set incorporates four cheese knives and the versatile case which doubles as a contemporary cheese board.

    Finally, take the time to make a refreshing drink of elderflower cordial, cucumber and mint water or raspberry lemonade. If you are concerned about taking glassware with you, serve everyone a drink in a beautiful and durable stoneware Mug, or opt for a set of glass Tumblers if preferred. Our Heritage collections contain an array of sunshine hued Mugs, perfect for a picnic setting.

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    Preparation is key when planning a summer picnic – this can save you plenty of time on the day of the event, and guarantee that you don’t forget any essential items. For instance, decide on a picnic basket or box to store your pottery and non-perishable foods within. A simple cooler can then be taken for chilled items including drinks.

    Classic picnic favourites including deli chicken, seasoned sausages, cheese and fruit can be served in small Ramekin dishes whilst breads and other meats are best shared on Platters. Always take sets of Plates and Bowls, bearing in mind that Bowls are the new Plates! Bowls are ideal for holding a range of different foods, they will also prevent any spillages and are easily stacked and stored. Taking an arrangement of different shapes and colours of tableware looks beautifully eclectic and suits the theming and mood of a summer picnic.

    For the Plates that are taken, choose Salad Plates as they are an amenable size and can be used for savoury and sweet dishes. Small Side Bowls have been designed to hold sauces, which makes them ideal for dips, oils as well as olives, sun-dried tomatoes and cheese. For dessert, choosing capacious Bowls which suit mousses, creme brulees, cakes and fruit pies. As part of our exclusive James Martin collection, the 5 Piece Cheese Knife Set is the perfect, compact kit to bring along with you for serving and sharing different cheeses. This Set incorporates four cheese knives and the versatile case which doubles as a contemporary cheese board.

    Finally, take the time to make a refreshing drink of elderflower cordial, cucumber and mint water or raspberry lemonade. If you are concerned about taking glassware with you, serve everyone a drink in a beautiful and durable stoneware Mug, or opt for a set of glass Tumblers if preferred. Our Heritage collections contain an array of sunshine hued Mugs, perfect for a picnic setting.

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  • The Perfect Pottery for your Picnic

    With summertime fast approaching, now is the time to start planning a picnic. From parks to hilltops, riversides to beaches, a picnic is a great way to relish the outdoors, savour fresh food and spend valuable time with your friends and family.

    Preparation is key when planning a summer picnic – this can save you plenty of time on the day of the event, and guarantee that you don’t forget any essential items. For instance, decide on a picnic basket or box to store your pottery and non-perishable foods within. A simple cooler can then be taken for chilled items including drinks.

    Classic picnic favourites including deli chicken, seasoned sausages, cheese and fruit can be served in small Ramekin dishes whilst breads and other meats are best shared on Platters. Always take sets of Plates and Bowls, bearing in mind that Bowls are the new Plates! Bowls are ideal for holding a range of different foods, they will also prevent any spillages and are easily stacked and stored. Taking an arrangement of different shapes and colours of tableware looks beautifully eclectic and suits the theming and mood of a summer picnic.

    For the Plates that are taken, choose Salad Plates as they are an amenable size and can be used for savoury and sweet dishes. Small Side Bowls have been designed to hold sauces, which makes them ideal for dips, oils as well as olives, sun-dried tomatoes and cheese. For dessert, choosing capacious Bowls which suit mousses, creme brulees, cakes and fruit pies. As part of our exclusive James Martin collection, the 5 Piece Cheese Knife Set is the perfect, compact kit to bring along with you for serving and sharing different cheeses. This Set incorporates four cheese knives and the versatile case which doubles as a contemporary cheese board.

    Finally, take the time to make a refreshing drink of elderflower cordial, cucumber and mint water or raspberry lemonade. If you are concerned about taking glassware with you, serve everyone a drink in a beautiful and durable stoneware Mug, or opt for a set of glass Tumblers if preferred. Our Heritage collections contain an array of sunshine hued Mugs, perfect for a picnic setting.

    The Perfect Pottery for your Picnic