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The twists and tales of the Cornish Red range…

Thursday 20th August, 2015

By Iain Hambling, Historian and Archivist of T.G. Green. After a generation of the successful Cornish Blue, in 1959 T.G.Green readied themselves to match the continuing momentum of kitchen colour changes in homes across the UK. First to come out of the Church Gresley pottery was ‘Sunlit Yellow’, a colour that was not being produced... Read more »

Recognise these stripes?

Wednesday 21st January, 2015

We’ve been pleased as punch here a Cornishware HQ to have had our Cornishware Stripes turned into a beautiful oven by the lovely people over at Britannia Living. They can make an oven in any colour you wish. Just give them a swatch of colour and they can match it. We gave them a humble... Read more »

Rodda’s cornish scones recipe for the ideal cream tea

Tuesday 20th January, 2015

The lovely people at Rodda’s Cornish Clotted Cream have been making their gorgeous golden clotted cream since 1890 so they know a thing or two about what goes into the perfect scone. Best served hot with lashings of their clotted cream and a good dollop of jam. Time: 20 minutes Makes: 12 500g plain flour 15g baking... Read more »

Emilie and Philippe

Wednesday 29th October, 2014

The very lovely Emilie and Philippe have asked that their wedding list contain lots of lovely Cornishware – how romantic. Emilie and Philippe will get married in the Noorder church in the centre of Amsterdam, on 15th of November 2014. A great dinner and party will follow at an old factory a the Westergas factory in... Read more »

Cornwall – the county that named us…

Friday 19th September, 2014

You may or may not know the story of how we got our name. It’s because the blue and white stripes of our pottery reminded an employee of the blue skies and white waves of Cornwall. For those that don’t know, Cornwall is a county in the far southwest corner of England, and it’s one... Read more »

Rebecca and Russell’s Nuptial Stripes!

Tuesday 29th July, 2014

The very lovely Rebecca and Russell have asked that their wedding list contain lots of lovely Cornishware – how romantic. Rebecca and Russell will be tying the knot in Christchurch, Dorset, on 28 August in an old bowls pavilion that has recently been refurbished in a New England style. Rebecca said the couple chose the... Read more »

Another Cornishware wedding

Thursday 22nd May, 2014

We’ve just been told about yet another couple who have decided to celebrate their wedding with a gift list made up entirely of Cornishware. It’s the third blue and white striped nuptials we’ve heard about this year – and we’re calling that the emergence of a trend! Nick and Suzi are dead set on having... Read more »

A lifetime of stripes

Friday 4th April, 2014

You might have read our blog in February about young love birds, Kathryn and Matthew, who decided to celebrate their wedding this year with a gift list made up entirely of Cornishware. Well, it seems this genius idea is starting to catch on, as yet another soon-to-be wed couple – Aaron Long and Phebe Virgo... Read more »

A very Cornish Romance…

Friday 21st February, 2014

Imagine our delight to hear about a couple from Devon who’ve made up their entire wedding list from Cornishware! Matthew Vale and Kathryn Bishop are getting married on 24th May and have asked wedding guests to buy all their presents from the Cornishware website. Hailing from North Devon, Kathryn and Matt have been fans of... Read more »

Time for some winter romance…

Thursday 14th November, 2013

Whether read in a book, or watched on the box – we all like to indulge ourselves in a love story from time to time. That’s why we were rather pleased to be involved with Piatkus Entice’s Festival of Romance earlier in the year. They’ve now picked their worthy winner, (Congratulations Christine King! Look out... Read more »

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