Which domestic appliances is Denby safe for use in?
Denby can be safely used for cooking food in a microwave (it is not recommended that the microwave is used for warming plates), oven and for use in the fridge, freezer and dishwasher (except for coloured lustre glass). Whilst Denby tableware is safe to use in a dishwasher, constant dishwashing may result in discolouration of product over time and we recommend using low temperatures and liquid detergents in your dishwasher.
All pottery and china can crack if exposed to sudden changes in temperature, no matter how strong it is, so please don't take items from the freezer and put them straight into the oven or microwave, or expose to direct heat sources such as the hob or grill.
Why is there colour variation in some Denby patterns?
Denby is very much a handcrafted product, where glazes are often applied by hand. A difference of 1/1000th of an inch in glaze thickness can cause a slight variation in colour when the piece is fired. Slight variations in colour are part of the beauty of handcrafted products and means that no two pieces are identical.
Does Denby make their own Glass?
Denby glass is designed by the team at Denby and then handmade and mouthblown for us by renowned glass factories.
Can Denby Glass be used in the dishwasher?
The colour in Denby glass is created by rolling clear glass in coloured chips and melting them so that they fuse. The result makes the colour permanent and irremovable, and because it contains no lead. Denby glass is safe for use in the dishwasher (except for coloured lustre glass). Again we recommend the use of low temperatures and liquid detergents in the dishwasher.
Does Denby make products for anyone else?
No, any products designed and manufactured by Denby are sold under the Denby brand name worldwide. We have recently collaborated with a number of retailers to create ranges exclusive to them, but these products still feature the Denby brand name.
Can I buy replacement lids from Denby?
We are happy to sell replacement lids for any current Denby item. Although lids are not available to purchase through our online store, our customer services team will be happy to confirm prices and availability and take your order on 01773 740899.
How long will a pattern be available for and how will I know if the pattern I collect is to be discontinued?
Denby gives its customers one years notice of discontinuation on selected patterns within The Denby for Life Promise - register your details and the Denby pattern you collect with us and we will tell you, 12 months in advance, of any plans to stop making it. For the full list of patterns that are included, please see the Registration Page. The Denby Promise offers many other benefits - please see the Denby Promise page for details.
Can I still get discontinued patterns?
As part of our service to Denby collectors, we can provide a list of Tableware Matching Services that deal with discontinued Denby patterns and items. If you are unable to locate discontinued items then please try our on-line store. If we are unable to help, the following Tableware Matching Services may have stock.
Tel: 01423 770368
Contact: Alison Stockdale
30 The Crescent
Tel: 01332 781237
Fax: 01332 781237
Contact: Joan and Geoff Peach
Tableware for Life
4 Nuffield Road
Tel: 01480 463212
Contact: Mrs C Sweet
4 Princes Drive
Tel: 01926 512402
Fax: 01926 859311
Contact: Helen Rush/Jackie Wigley
PO Box 637
Tel: 01234 772955
Fax: 01234 771745
Contact: Sue and Bruce Edwards
Unit 4 Princes Drive Industrial Estate
Tel: 0845 130 6111
Contact: Kim Cotton
20 Kingston Avenue
Tel: 01785 256648
Contact: Alva and Graham Key
20th Century Collector
45 Marsh Lane
Tel: (+44) 7919 184117
Contact: Heather Smith
Which European destinations do you ship to?
We are pleased to ship to the following European Destinations; Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Estonia, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovak Republic, Slovenia, Spain.
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