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Victoria Eggs moves ceramic production to Duchess China 1888

Victoria Eggs is hugely excited to be working with one of the oldest potteries in the UK, Duchess China 1888, to manufacture all their ceramics.

Made entirely in the UK the products are hand-crafted using Cornish clay in Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, the heart of the 'Potteries'. Using traditional craftsmanship, up to 20 pairs of hands can be involved in making each product. This includes attaching every mug handle skilfully by hand.

Victoria Eggs is hugely passionate about UK made products and sustainability and is very excited by this new partnership.

Posted: 27 April 2022

Tilnar Art launches eco-friendly collection

Tilnar Art has always been ahead of the curve as all the collections are handmade, Fair Trade and recycled, which are a fabulous alternative, especially given the current trend for consumers to move away from plastic items.

Tilnar Art has launched exciting new collections of eco friendly products to its range, including a brilliantly bright AluminArk Bird Collection launched at Autumn Fair and is flying off the shelves. It is now a three-way product, being either an ornament, plant stake or pot stake! The same can be said for the fabulous AluminArk collection, which comprises of beautiful Elephants, Giraffes, Highland Cows, Sheep and Stag sculptures. Each are made from recycled aluminium in the stunning Azeti Colours.

Posted: 9 March 2022

Denby featured on BBC’s Inside the Factory with Gregg Wallace

Denby has been chosen to represent the ceramics industry after TV programme Inside the Factory called to create an episode featuring the process of making a mug.

As an item found in every home, we witness a mug (in this case Denby's best-selling Halo mug) transforming from raw clay all the way through to finished product.

Given each piece of Denby passes through over 20 pairs of hands at its 200-year-old Derbyshire pottery, using handcrafting skills passed down through generations, Gregg Wallace has lots to do to create his mug, guided by Operations Director, Dean Barlow.

Posted: 1 February 2022