The 12pc tableware set brings together 4 Dinner Plates, 4 Small Plates and 4 Cereal Bowls, all designed with practically- shaped features and the unique freckling glaze. The sets are both beautiful and versatile so can be used for your everyday set or used separately for other occasions, a set to start off your new collection or add a few new place setting items to your existing items.
Dinner Plate - Weight: 840g, Length: 26cm, Width: 26cm, Depth: 3cm
Small Plate - Weight: 325g, Length: 17cm, Width: 17cm, Depth: 2.5cm
Cereal Bowl - Weight: 410g, Length: 16.5cm, Width: 16.5cm, Depth: 6cm
Kiln by Denby is a beautifully uncomplicated ceramics range and a true celebration of British craftsmanship, using a soft, calming palette of chalk white and hues of oatmeal and grey which sit at ease together. The unique freckling glaze effect is completely different on each item, and makes every piece of Kiln by Denby one of a kind, yet it all combines to create a collection that is simple, easy to live with and a joy to have in your home.
Designed to make food look and taste beautiful, the collection stimulates the senses with its tactile glazes, organic shapes and simplistic beauty. The newly designed items with their uneven forms and hand-thrown features, such as the mug and collection of bowls and platters, sit effortlessly with the functional yet stunning place setting items and showcase the new freckling glaze effect at its best.
Touched by at least 20 pairs of hands through the making process, and handcrafted in Derbyshire by true artisans, Kiln by Denby is inspired by studio pottery in a timeless collection that is stunning enough for best and versatile enough for every day.
CARE AND USE
Denby stoneware is fantastically durable and practical and is designed to be used and enjoyed, but like all things of beauty need a bit of looking after in order to get the best out of it for lots of years to come. Whilst our stoneware products are dishwasher safe, constant dishwashing may result in discolouration over time so we recommend using low temperatures and liquid detergents. Also think about the poor items at the bottom of the pile which so rarely get used - why not rotate your stack so it all gets used evenly (and if you're very disciplined or have plenty of time on your hands then alternatively, wash your items by hand and dry with a soft cloth). Our stoneware is also suitable for microwave and freezer use for cooking, reheating and storing food, but please note that any pottery can crack when exposed to sudden changes in temperature so bring items slowly up or down to temperature where you can to avoid such cracks.