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Denby is a true British success story. Since their inception in the early 1800s, they have grown into one of the most well respected china and stoneware brands in the world. In their over 200 years of business, Denby has constantly evolved, moving from creating classically beautiful pottery to high-quality cast iron pans and kitchenware [...]Read more
Here at Denby we love giving customers the convenience and value of online shopping, but we also realise that sometimes you simply can’t beat the experience of shopping in person. That’s why we’re proud to offer specialist Factory Shops at a number of locations across the UK, giving you the chance to experience the quality [...]Read more
At the Denby Pottery Company we are very proud to say that we have been in business for over 200 years. Discovery Our story begins way back in 1806 when a potter called William Bourne discovered a seam of clay during the construction of a road to link the industrial towns of Derbyshire. He recognised [...]Read more