1960's Denby Chevron stoneware soup bowl with lid.
This classic Mid Century design has a matt khaki green glaze, smooth shape and three lines of the chevron indents across its lower section. Designed by Gill Pemberton and launched in 1962, the design came in a vast array of tableware, some of which is also available from AndersBrowne Interiors. This design was launched as Camelot in the American market.
Created to last, Denby ceramics are recognisable for their beautiful designs in fine glazes thatare high in quality and incredibly robust.
This stylish dish forms part of a grand series of 70 pieces produced in the Chevron range. Earlier pieces were hand thrown and finished with a roller to give the textured geometric pattern. A much loved Mid Century design that endures and looks as fresh today as it did 60 years ago.
Maker:Denby Period:1962 - 1980.
Price is for one tureen. Also pictured with a large tureen (listed separately).
Dimensions: H. 8.5 cm x W. 11.8 cm (14.9 cm inc handles)
Denby was founded in 1809 and Gill Pemberton was the firm's top designer in the 1960s and 1970s. Amongst her other designs, she is chiefly well known for that other retro classic, Arabesque.
£5 p&p UK mainland, contact for a quote otherwise.
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