Win Denby dining set

Denby Lucille Teal

Denby Lucille Teal dinner set

Fancy a new set of gorgeous crockery to serve up your Christmas dinner on? Well the lovely folks at Palmers Department Store are offering one lucky Feeding Boys follower this stunning Denby 16 piece dinner service in Lucille Teal worth £89.

If you fancy winning it you need to act quick as this giveaway is only running for a week.


Denby Monsoon Lucille Teal 16 Piece Set
RRP £132, currently on sale with Palmers for £89 

Set Contains:
4 x Dinner plates
4 x Salad plates
4 x Soup/Cereal bowls
4 x Large Mugs

Material: Fine China
Washing & Care: Dishwasher & Microwave Safe


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  1. caroline mccabe says:

    stonewear – such as Denby

  2. Anne Thompson says:

    I like crockery with some colour, to brighten up the table.

  3. Diane pearce says:

    Thats a stunning set ,
    I think the china is as important as the food on it!!

  4. I like quite plain crockery – nothing with too fancy a pattern on it. And it has to be tough enough for dishwasher and microwave and the occassional knock!

  5. Subscribed with Google Reader

  6. following on Pinterest

  7. ooo they’re so pretty…

  8. Jo Hutchinson says:

    Denby Natural Blue

  9. wendy stanger says:

    I like unusual designs that are chunky so not afraid to use @kikicomp

  10. love fine china for special occasions…my favorite colours are blues,reds & greens
    would love to add this range from Denby to my dining table this year:)
    It,s lovely

  11. PENNY RUSSELL says:


  12. Nia Wyn Roberts says:

    My favourite has to be Cath Kidston – so pretty!

  13. Nia Wyn Roberts says:

    Subscribed on Google Reader as Nia Roberts

  14. I love simple designs!

  15. laura banks says:

    we have black that is square looks a bit chinese

  16. Miss Tracy Hanson says:

    I like plainer designs (or nothing too bright). Like the food to speak for itself and preferably nothing too fragile. Looks gorgeous. Good luck to everyone :) 😀 x

  17. Ashleigh Allan says:

    I follow with google as mummy24

  18. Ashleigh Allan says:

    I follow with pinterest as ashlallan

  19. I know this is old fashioned but I love the old Willow patterned plates? They remind me of my childhood (everyone had a set that was different). I remember my Gran in Bristol had a set, and we used to have fish and chips after the 5 hour drive down, and I’ve never tasted fish and chips like them. When she passed away I took one of the plates as a reminder, and every time I treat myself to Chippy fish and chips, I use it :-)

  20. Already subscribed with Google reader

  21. Already following on Pinterest Michelle Grundy

  22. Following on Stumble Upon – I think I’m mgrundy04


    l like plain – not floral or stripes or pictures. Denby fits the bill perfectly

  24. Carolynn Woodland says:

    Plain, simple, white china

  25. I like plain and simple white china

  26. I have my mother’s Midwinter set which I have since seen in a museum!

  27. Bone China

  28. iain maciver says:

    I love the modern style square plates etc instead of usual round

  29. Tracy Nixon says:

    I love Denby and also Cath Kidston designs!

  30. John Taggart says:

    Denby Natural Blue

  31. Tracy Nixon says:

    I follow you blog via Google Reader

  32. elaine cade says:

    Deby is so gorgeous, what a lovely giveaway, thank you x

  33. Tracy Nixon says:

    I follow via Pinterest (Tracy Nixon)

  34. Tracy Nixon says:

    I follow on StumbleUpon (TracyKNixon)

  35. Alana Walker says:

    I like plain white or pastel coloured crockery.x

  36. naomi smith says:

    I love anything plain, simple and china. :)

  37. I love Denby, look good & durable x

  38. Alison Smith says:

    I like quite a simple design so as not to take away from the presentation of the food

  39. Deborah Munn says:

    I love fine china. x

  40. Helenthemadex says:

    simple plain hardwearing for me

  41. Fiona Harris says:

    What a lovely colour !

  42. Gary Topley says:

    Wedgewood is my favourite.

  43. SARAH ARNETT says:

    Love white with a gold trim – i like rectangle shapes too!

  44. I prefer simple crockery – unlike the plates my Mum favoured when I was growing up – bright and busy patterns :/ Denby is lovely, very simple, stylish and sturdy enough for family use.

  45. Rachel Ray says:

    Something bright and cheerful – and often mismatched! I prefer stoneware to bone china (much to my MILs disgust!).

  46. Phil Darling says:

    I like Stonewear, especially Denby, in bright colours

  47. Katie Kingsbury says:

    The unbreakable stuff – I’m so clumsy!

  48. Diane Ireton says:

    I like it to be durable & dishwasher safe

  49. Heather Haigh says:

    Plain white, or a simple design

  50. Heather Haigh says:

    Already a subscriber

  51. Heather Haigh says:

    Follow on pinterest

  52. Heidi Nicholson says:

    I love Denby. Especially the earthiness of it.

  53. Heather Haigh says:

    Following on stumble

  54. Alison Smedley says:

    Twas a night before Christmas when a catastrophe came
    A knocking on my house in the kitchen and more
    The rivers did swell and the house filled with rain
    The crockery I loved all floating through the door

    Twas my Denby best set
    to make christmas complete
    At best a little wet
    floating off down the street

  55. i love traditional crockery and vintage too

  56. Julia Briscoe says:

    I like a simple style of crockery.

  57. Lucy Tyler says:

    Lovely prize :o)

  58. I just like solid china. Much less chance of the kids burning their hands plus there’s less pieces (and splinters) if one does get dropped somehow!

  59. I like Emma Bridgewater

  60. Lucy Tyler says:

    Subscribed to RSS :o)

  61. Lynsey Buchanan says:

    following on pinterest

  62. Barbara daniels says:


  63. I love plain but we’re lucky enough to have some crockery from my husband’s grandparents which is plain but with a green and gold rim


  64. Joanne Mapp says:

    When I got married (22 years ago!), I received the entire Denby Daybreak set as wedding gifts. Sadly, the plates are no more, but I still use the casserole, roaster and flan dish regularly. Fabulous quality!

  65. Denby Natural Blue

  66. something classic – simple in design

  67. Farhana Haque says:

    Stonewear is lovely. Simple colours and designs.

    I am following via MyYahoo RSS
    I have stumbled
    I have followed on pininterest ( )

  68. Many years ago China was the fashion, but I must say it is more practical nowadays. I have a denby Stoneware set and I love it.

  69. Robert STirk says:

    Nice set

  70. Jen Schofield says:


  71. Karen Walkden says:

    i love the old thick stonehenge range from the 70s which surprisingly i have :) i have various patterns as they all work well together cos they are on the same base colour

  72. nikki hilton says:

    denby blue stonewear, the best!

  73. Anything that matches would do me!

  74. Anything that comes as a full set! Dont have much luck with dinner sets lol

  75. Karen Shuttleworth says:

    Something simple but robust and good quality!

  76. Personally prefer stonewear, simple and lasts longer

  77. Julie Hogg says:

    Simple but stylish

  78. Christina Noble says:

    I tend to go for very simple white crockery.

  79. Valerie Sharp says:

    Plain white and quirky :)

  80. I like simplicity and elegance

  81. jennie jackson says:

    stylish and modern

  82. Valerie Sharp says:

    Following on Pinterest

  83. Spode blue italian – looks beautiful on a polished wood table, in candlelight.

  84. valerie mccarthy says:

    A beautiful set that makes for a pretty dining experience.

  85. EMMA WALTERS says:


  86. EMMA WALTERS says:


  87. EMMA WALTERS says:


  88. EMMA WALTERS says:


  89. Helen Moulden says:

    Definitely stoneware!

  90. I’ve never really had a favourite. But this could be a first if I win!

  91. Kelly Koya says:

    I do love denby, I have their jet stripe, very black and white! This colour scheme looks perfect for afternoon tea.

  92. Hilda Hazel Wright says:

    I like chunky old looking stoneware, anything pleasing to the eye! Unusual things, nothing flowery or delicate!

  93. Emma Jackson says:

    I like all kinds. plain white looks stylish but I love something bright and colourful too.

  94. tamalyn roberts says:

    i like something with a pretty pattern, practical to eat on and dishwasher proof. i also like to be able to collect matching items

  95. I like it to be plain with a hint of a pattern like the Art Deco style.

  96. tamalyn roberts says:

    added to my google reader xx

  97. tamalyn roberts says:

    i already follow you on pinterest tamalyn1 xx

  98. tamalyn roberts says:

    i follow on stumble xx

  99. Julie Picton says:

    Simple white porcelain

  100. Anna Moloney says:

    Gorgeous dining set!

  101. I like stripey ones :)

  102. Follow by email:

  103. LauraHarris says:

    Stone wear and simple – easy dining, easy care, and stylish too!

  104. Cornish ware

  105. Big fan of anything art nouveau !

  106. Tracy Newton says:

    Plain white. Let the food do the talking.

  107. Tracy Newton says:

    Plain white, let my cooking do the talking.

  108. I like white china with a very simple pattern.

  109. I love geometrical designs in bright colours and has to be microwave and dishwasher proof

  110. Rachel Mccraith says:

    As long as it’s strong I don’t mind what my crockery looks like!

  111. Love china, simple designs and not ornate patterns

  112. Lisa Williams says:

    I like simple and elegant :)

  113. Lisa Williams says:

    RSS subscribed

  114. Lisa Williams says:

    already follow on pintrest

  115. Victoria Riggs says:

    I love Denby. We have a service that we got as a wedding present 12 years ago. It is hard wearing, classic and beautiful.

  116. lovely design

  117. Sally Carter says:

    Good quality porcelain with a delicate design

  118. I like mine to complement the colours in the dining room

  119. FionaLynne Edwards says:

    I like using my mis-matched Vintage 1950s crockery I’ve picked up over the years

  120. Stewart Johnston says:

    Denby blue stoneware

  121. Kerry Clark says:

    I love bright colours but most of all it has to be strong enough to withstand my two boys lol

  122. i like the square sets, i also like nice bright sets

  123. Simon Harris says:


  124. Andrew Halliwell says:

    plain. I’m not fussed with frippery. Just gets in the way of the food having a pattern on a plate.

  125. Isabel O'Brien says:

    I don’t really have a favourite style. Although I tend to go for modern and colourful. Or modern and plain, like white square plates. Makes me look fancier than I am. 😀

  126. Tina Budge says:

    White china

  127. Tina Lockett says:

    vintage flowers its stunning

  128. Melanie Gardiner says:

    Willow Pattern as it reminds me of my very first job at the willows Tea room where I first discovered the story behind it, that was many years ago now and I still love it.

  129. the simpler the better, has to have a plain section which you serve food on as seeing patterns beneath the food detracts from the presentation

  130. Classic and plain white generally

  131. Katherine Coldicott says:

    I like lovely subtle colours or plain white

  132. subscribed already

  133. Steve Curtis says:

    Ant set which doesn’t have a chip in it !!!

  134. Julie Feathers says:

    I have a lovely set

  135. Susan Cameron says:

    Plain and delicate.

  136. Susan Cameron says:

    Following on my RSS.

  137. Val Hartley says:

    White china

  138. Paul Rogers says:

    Desirable Denby

  139. Suzanne Cooke says:

    I love bright colours and hate the heavy thick stuff

  140. caroline Johnson says:

    Depends on my mood and the food. For everyday use I like the Denby Imperial blue range, love the shape of the cups. For special occassions I love the James Martin Dine range – very elogant and simple so shows the food off to perfection.

  141. Janice Davison says:

    Fine bone china is difficult to beat. I like the classic designs

  142. Karen Lloyd says:

    I like pastel colours and patterns, nothing too bright.

  143. hannah oneill says:

    Plain but must be dishwasher safe!

  144. Allan Smith says:

    Bright colours!

  145. Emma Chippendale says:

    I love the neutral colours but also brights as well, love denby wear though its well worth its money

  146. Stuart Brown says:

    desparate for new dining set – too many breakages!

  147. Emma Chippendale says:

    Subscribed to feeding boys

  148. Faye Lester says:

    I like a splash of colour but anything really!

  149. Plain base and patterned edge

  150. Lynn Blakeman says:

    I like something unique with some colour

  151. Modern style but durable!

  152. I love Denby. We have a dimishing set of a now discontinued Denby Storm, which we’ve had since our wedding, almost 10 years ago. I’d love to be able to replace it with a shiny new set of Denby.

  153. claire woods says:

    I like something with just a bit of colour around the edge.

  154. I love Cornish Blue for everyday but Denby for visitors

  155. Kath Jones says:

    Denby of course

  156. shane weir says:

    I like something unique

  157. My favourite crockery is stoneware/earthenware from the 50s – really bold chunky styled sets

  158. Kevin Honey says:

    Plain and understated

  159. Pauline Simpson says:

    Lovley Smart clean looking and totally up to date fab!!

  160. Plain white / Retro

  161. Pamela Clayton says:

    I like crockery that will withstand being warmed in the oven, reheated in the microwave, put in the fridge with leftovers and occasionally put in the freezer. I like it to be fairly plain so it doesn’t detract from the food

  162. i love patterns, bright colours most crockery to be honest

  163. angela sandhu says:

    i like bold patterns as well as flowery bone china type

  164. Tiffany Oconnell says:

    I don’t have a favourite type as such, i like what i like. I do like to keep things simple not too fussy though.
    Love denby pottery it’s local too us we visit there often


    Tiffany Oconnell

  165. Donna Gilligan says:

    something plain and sturdy

  166. rachael jones says:


  167. Paula Phillips says:

    White with a small pattern.

  168. sally smith says:

    plain but stylish, like denby!

  169. Svetlana Lemantovic says:


  170. jennifer thorpe says:

    I like white crockery

  171. Linda Tweed says:

    Denbyware, definitely: plain, with a colourfully-decorated edge.

  172. Simple but with colour

  173. I love aall white

  174. Lindsey Clydesdale says:

    Lovely set.

  175. bone china

  176. following via RSS

  177. following via pintrest as SmokinHerbs

  178. already stumbling you

  179. Lucy J Morgan says:

    I have everything navy blue including my cutlery now :)

  180. I like the Kath Kidson

  181. Angela MacLean says:

    I love anything rustic pottery style.

  182. Fab quality


  184. Julie Davies says:

    I like plain crockery, not anything heavily patterned which would detract from the food. This is a stunning design

  185. Barrie Phillips says:

    This style and colour of crockery is perfect.

  186. Janet Dixon says:

    I have a Denby dark blue set wich is discontinued which i love – but maybe if I’m lucky enough to win then it would be time for a change :o)

  187. cherie shaw says:

    I love emma brigewater crokery because its so colourful & brightens up my kitchen :)

  188. I love Cornish dinnerware

  189. lynn lewer says:

    I like simple, white crockery

  190. I like sturdy crockery but it has to look good too.

  191. Arabella Bazley says:

    I’m sure, if I knew I could afford the price tags, I would love some gilt edged fine china plates and beautiful chargers but I love my few odd pieces of old sage green Denby and the matching baby casserole bowls with lids that I took from my grandmother’s house when we were clearing it. I also took all her battered old spoons and a little crazed bowl I remembered her using to make clotted cream. They are still wearing well.

  192. Cath Kidston :)

  193. Arabella Bazley says:

    Following on RSS

  194. Arabella Bazley says:

    Following on Pinterest though I still have no idea how to navigate on it.

  195. suzzee langton says:

    I love stoneware

  196. Arabella Bazley says:

    Stumbled you on StumbledUpon but have no idea how to navigate that either (its like the never cleared filing tray in there)

  197. Paul Ellams says:

    Any modern style

  198. plain white or dots

  199. Jan Bailey says:

    Simple plain(ish) designs show off food better.

  200. liz denial says:

    I like plain white

  201. I love stoneware

  202. Alfie Davidson says:

    I like plain stoneware that doesn’t “overtake” the food

  203. anything large enough for eating-for-two my appetite!

  204. Nikki Stewart says:

    Denby Stoneware is my favourite

  205. Anything that can go in a microwave and its difficult to break (so not fine china…).

  206. Stoneware

  207. Ross Woodier says:


  208. I have subscribed via RSS

  209. Veronica Pennycook says:

    I usually like plain white crockery, but it has to be dishwasher safe and able to take a few knocks and bangs from a 4 year old.

  210. I like just plain stoneware but it must be able to go in microwave and be hardy as in the hands of a 3 yr old

  211. Sarah Welsh says:

    I love clean and and classic designs.

  212. I like it to have a nice pattern round the edge, and not be too big

  213. I like the plainer Denby the most. It’s so hard wearing. We’re lucky enough to have the factory shop just down the road and often visit to see what bargains we can find. I had six big bowls from a trial range for something like a pound each. Gorgeous, crackled duck egg blue inside with wide brown edges. Such a shame they didn’t decide to make the whole range.

  214. plain and modern

  215. Jay Scales says:

    This kind really – I don’t like plain white, and don’t like anything where the centre of the plate is patterned, but a simple design round the rim is perfect :)

  216. anything modern

  217. Plain with a hint of coulor

  218. Gillian Holmes says:

    Plain cream, goes with everything and cheaper to replace when you break crockery at the rate I do…

  219. I love flowery pattens on crockery

  220. Poundland :)

  221. Depends on the occasion. I like stoneware for every day but china for special occasions. I prefer subtle colours and patterns.

  222. Already subscribed by RSS

  223. I follow on Pinterest – beachrambler

  224. Frances hopkins says:


  225. I always go for something with a nice pattern. Thanks for the giveaway.

  226. added to google reader

  227. Carolina J. says:

    I like stonewear, Denby is good.

  228. Classic stoneware

  229. Carolina J. says:

    I am subscribed by RSS feed.

  230. Carolina J. says:

    I follow you on Pinterest (PhilandC2).

  231. Carolina J. says:

    I follow you on StumbleUpon (PhilandC2).

  232. I like different styles for different occasions!

  233. Al MacInnes says:

    A like thin crockery, with a pale pattern around the edge and white in the middle. Any patter in the middle may hide my food 😉

  234. kelly harper says:

    Any set im not fussy, but I hate darkcolours like black/brown

  235. I like smooth, classic lines. A simple band or motif, no “handpainted periwinkles” frippery.

  236. subscribed by rss

  237. and pinterest

  238. DAWN ADAMS says:

    Plain, it can be dressed up nice with stylish table decs.

  239. Christine Barbara Taylor says:

    I love a decent dinner service…only Denby will do !

  240. I love well made, vintage style crockery. Lovely!

  241. Lynda Sanderson says:

    I love Denby ………………. it was one of my ‘goal’ buys, love the simplicity which speaks for itself and doesn’t mess with the food.

  242. Gerald Ludlow says:

    I like Denby

  243. Gerald Ludlow says:

    subscribed with Google reader

  244. Gerald Ludlow says:

    following on pininterest

  245. Teresa Lee says:

    Abit of colour but not too over the top

  246. China

  247. kerry Locke says:

    Anything that I cant break – I am forever dropping plates / mugs / bowls …. Might resort to plastic in the future :0)

  248. Anything old fashioned & chintzy, love Cornish ware too.

  249. Something classic and predominately white.

  250. following on google reader

  251. following on pinterest

  252. michelle McCole says:

    I love patterns on ly dinnerware

  253. I like plain white crockery. But I lust after Denby crockery especially the Lucille pattern! whenever I see it in a store I have to touch it.

  254. Sarah Berryman says:

    I love plain, simple and stylish- Denby basically!

  255. Sue McCarthy says:


  256. Amy Ripley says:

    Anything by Emma Bridgewater!

  257. Deborah Wheeler says:

    I like quite plain crockery with just a bit of colour – nothing too patterned or flowery

  258. I like crockery that is plain and simple :)

  259. I like crockery that is plain and simple :)

  260. I not really bothered as we barely have any crockery for the family to eat together with

  261. I subscribed to on RSS on my Google reader

  262. Following on Pinterest – neekeem

  263. Following on StumbleUpon – neekeem

  264. Mia Fergusson says:

    I like any design that will be good to eat with. I do love the Denby design above.

  265. kim mayhead says:

    I like classic crockery, something like Emma Bridgewater’s style

  266. shelagh milne says:

    Denby crockery

  267. George Worboys Wright says:

    I like simple but stylish crockery

  268. George Worboys Wright says:

    Subscribed with Google Reader

  269. George Worboys Wright says:

    Following cookingkt on Pinterest

  270. George Worboys Wright says:

    Following cookingkt on StumbleUpon

  271. elaine stokes says:

    plain white crockery, makes the food look good

  272. Traditional, heavy and silver.

  273. David Paterson says:

    Anything that doesn’t break when I wash it!

  274. Joanne Baldwin says:

    I love stoneware, so attractive and durable

  275. Alison Reid says:

    I always choose Fine China, in light colours with the majority of the plates & dishes in white. They always show the food off to its best. So Lucille by Denby is perfect – it even matches the colours in our kitchen, so I’m keeping my fingers crossed, that in the New Year I can ditch my rather dated set, in favour of Lucille.

  276. esther james says:


  277. Nicola Dudson says:

    I really like Denby Linen

  278. esther james says:

    subscribed to your feed

  279. esther james says:

    followed you on pinterest @esthermate

  280. Beautiful and timeless

  281. I do like china cups, I think they make the coffee taste much better, in terms of general crockery, I have no real preference but I prefer crockery that is not too patterned, ie white with a small pattern rather than one all over the plates etc.

  282. I’ve subscribed to Feeding Boys by RSS (Google Reader)

  283. Jenna Parrington says:

    I love kitsch designs and absolutely love Cath Kidston!

  284. I like it quite plain and white, you have so much choice to decorate the table then :)

  285. Angela - Garden Tea Cakes and Me says:

    I like a china in cream and the plate should not be so big they won’t fit in the dishwasher!

  286. Jeremy Rance says:

    Gorgeous set, everything crossed here :-)

  287. Jeremy Rance says:

    Stonewear and Ben de Lissa

  288. Ben Audsley says:

    My favourite has to be Cath Kidston

  289. Greig spencer says:

    denby linen

  290. Fiona Matters says:

    I quite like plain brightly coloured stuff.

  291. Fiona Matters says:

    Subscribed with google reader

  292. Fiona Matters says:

    Followed on pinterest

  293. Lisa Wilkinson says:

    I really like simple crockery so the food is the star of the show.

  294. Lisa Wilkinson says:

    I’m following on Pinterest – WeeWillieWilkie

  295. Cheryl Pearson says:

    plain white

  296. Barbara Bunning says:

    Classical White, with maybe a silver or gold edging

  297. Barbara Bunning says:

    I have Subscribed to on google plus

  298. Barbara Bunning says:

    Following on Pinterest

  299. Retro

  300. Mandy Wan says:

    I like le creuset crockery

  301. Plastic, so my wife doesn’t break it!

  302. Emma Thackery says:

    i love patterned crockery

  303. sian hallewell says:

    I do like fine china, unfortunatly its not always that practicle

  304. I have Subscribed to on RSS

  305. following on pininterest

  306. following on pininterest username hotrodmum

  307. I like contemporary cheerful patterns, like polka dots or splodgy flowers.

  308. Ruth Grover says:

    I like good substantial crockery…don’t like anything very ‘delicate’…

  309. Sheri Darby says:

    I love anything Art Deco particularly crockery

  310. Sheri Darby says:

    Following on Pinterest

  311. Hugh Jones says:

    Porcelain for best, stonewear for everyday. I prefer white for the main part so that the food is clearly diplayed, but with a coloured patterned margin round the outside to add interest.

  312. Classic, plain and simple

  313. Rss thingy

  314. Stoneware has to be my favourite because it’s so hard wearing!

  315. toni quandt says:

    classic set- looks formal for dinner parties and easy to replace if one plate gets broken!!

  316. stonewear, fairly chunky as my boys tend to break more delicate things.

  317. Kym Robson says:

    An elegant simple design that compliments the food

  318. Alex Brownlee says:

    I don’t like too much of a pattern, quite simple but with a flash of colour

  319. Angela Wilcox says:

    I like simple elegant designs, nothing too fussy :)

  320. Angela Wilcox says:

    Following on Pinterest

  321. claire little says:

    any that’s not chipped :)

  322. Lesley Bain says:

    Denby is my favourite, but no-one ever buys me any! I hinted to my husband…..and he bought me a mug :/
    Love the style and colour of this, thanks for a great giveaway :)

  323. Holly Boyd says:

    I tend to have miss matching, so when I break a plate I don’t have to search everywhere for a matching one or a whole new set.

  324. Something plain and simple

  325. Subscribed on RSS

  326. Mark Whittaker says:

    I prefer simple design, elegant, allow the food to sign augmented by classic crockery

  327. Mark Whittaker says:

    I follow on pininterest (Minnie Whittaker) and stumble upon (Mark Whittaker) and am signed up too)

  328. Lindsey G says:

    Devonshire wear

  329. Cherryl Thomas says:

    Denby or Cornishwear

  330. Phyllis Ellett says:

    Is a set of Pyrex Chelsea pattern from my mother in law, must be 30+ years old, used everyday, looks as good as new.

  331. why Denby of course!

  332. Blake Ahearne says:


  333. Allison Conlon says:

    Stonewear – with mugs please!

  334. Jeremy Hards says:

    Plain stoneware as it is more durable. Mine is dark grey with a few chips. A nice new set would be great

  335. Phyllis Ellett says:

    Following via Google reader with Phyllis Ellett ID

  336. Phyllis Ellett says:

    Following on Pinterest with ID Phyllis Ellett or phyllgerry can never work out what my user name is on there.

  337. Phyllis Ellett says:

    Following on Stumble with ID phyllgerry

  338. Natasha Ball says:

    Plain with pale colours :-)

  339. jackie curran says:

    I love all denby , so stylish

  340. As boring as it sounds, I love my plain white set of plates and bowls

  341. Michelle Williams says:

    I love my old BHS white plates I was bought as a wedding gift

  342. Bone china contemporary design

  343. Denby

  344. Plain – I like the food to do the talking :)

  345. Nice Plain White

  346. plain white, modern and tough for all the times i drop them!

  347. following on google reader – stephen holman

  348. following on pininterest (im spholman77)

  349. fiona Wheater says:

    I like plain but sylish crockery – Denby is beuatiful :)

  350. Anything that looks colourful & modern, easily replaceable too as i’m the clumsiest person i know in the kitchen!

  351. Kelly Hooper says:

    I like quite traditional crockery

  352. Natalie White says:

    I love brightly coloured sets :)

  353. Emma Wolski says:

    Cath Kidston is a family favourite!

  354. I like plain crockery , however ive always had my mums old stuff so i have half a poppy set and half a set with flowers and birds on :)

  355. Catherine Miller says:


  356. Karen Barrett says:

    Plain white china that you can mix and match

  357. Karen Barrett says:

    I’ve subscribed to RSS

  358. Karen Barrett says:

    I’m following you on Pinterest

  359. Anthea Holloway says:

    I love to drink tea out of china cups but I like my dinner on more sturdy crockery like Denby.

  360. Debbie Beddington says:

    Denby blue stoneware

  361. Gemma Clark says:

    I love Cath Kidston :) but with young kids in the house i’d opt for something simple and not quite easy to break

  362. Willow pattern china

  363. Simple with a band of colour and hard to break!

  364. Gemma Clark says:

    I have subscribed by RSS thankyou

  365. I love a mix of old and new designs, I love square plates but I also really lovely elegant shaped cups and lots of gold! lol :)

  366. I’m following you on Pinterest! 😀


  367. Mainly white china, with nothing to garish on it.

  368. I follow via RSS :-)

  369. I follow on Pinterest :-)

  370. I follow on StumbleUpon :-)

  371. Samantha C says:

    Bone China

  372. Following on Pinterest

  373. kate knight says:

    cath kidson

  374. Claire Tromans says:

    Mismatched as all mine is broken!

  375. gemma blake says:

    I like fairly plain crockery, nothing too busy, and definitely don’t like the plates to be a dark colour!

  376. Katrina Gibson says:

    I love my square set, plain white

  377. David Price says:

    I like Jaspar Conran dinnerware

  378. David Price says:

    I am following on Pinterest – Raoul2003

  379. bone china

  380. katie skeoch says:

    have always wanted a denby set!!

  381. Helen Spaven says:

    Anything thats sturdy and won’t fall apart.

  382. Helen Spaven says:

    I follow on Pinterest

  383. stephen Butcher says:

    denby is my best

  384. Lindsey Jones says:

    Plain colours that go with my kitchen.

  385. Lindsey Jones says:

    Following on rss

  386. Janine Atkin says:

    i like plain neutral colours so it doesnt clash with the food!

  387. Stephanie says:

    Plain, it’s about the food

  388. Laura Pritchard says:

    I loved the crockery my gran had, it was white with blue birds & flowers all over it – I have fond memories of that!

  389. julie baxter says:

    love the colours would go nicely in my kitchen :) x

  390. rosemary sheehan says:

    My brown oval dish and rectangle dish I got 30 years ago from the Littlewoods catalogue

  391. Kate Andrews says:

    Anything robust as I’m a bit of a cluts! Nothing too fancy pattern wise either.

  392. Alison Ruane says:

    Smart casual (like my clothes). This set is so elegant I might have to redecorate my dining room!

  393. Mickie Bull says:

    Cath Kidston

  394. anything that does not chip easily!!

  395. Thanks! Lovely comp x

  396. I need a new dinner set, mine has been chipped, this would look great on my table

  397. simple sophistication like the Denby Monsoon Lucille Teal

  398. Tina Lawton says:

    Love crockery with simple colours and designs

  399. sue willshee says:

    I like crockery with strong colour around the outside and white inside

  400. Hazel Rush says:

    I love plain with a simple elegant design!

  401. Dave Edwards says:

    Well, Denby of course!!

  402. sue willshee says:

    have subscribed by email

  403. sue willshee says:

    following on pinterest

  404. sue willshee says:

    following on stumble upon

  405. nicola barter says:

    i like it to look modern

  406. Lani Nash says:

    I like plain designs, with square or rectangle shapes

  407. I love the rustic styles in rich colours

  408. Simple and plain designs

  409. following cookingkt on twittee @toluimo

  410. I like you on facebbok

  411. fine china :)

  412. antonia j richardson says:

    Orchard Vintage Style Crockery

  413. Nancy Bradford says:

    Old school Italian.

  414. Emily Fraser says:

    I like mismatched vintage style! : )

  415. Esme McCrubb says:


  416. Kirsty Norton says:

    I really love floral crockery, makes my dresser look very pretty

  417. rebecca nisbet says:

    i like modern crockery, with some style to it, i usually try and have crockery that goes with my kitchen aswell.

  418. Andy Hayes says:

    I prefer simple designs. No extreem patterns, but not completely plain.

  419. Leigh Larkin says:

    Depends on the occasion. Sometimes white and simple is perfect but at other times I wish I had something with a bit more ‘life’!

  420. Christine Mutter says:

    Modern plain white with simple details

  421. Linda Smart says:

    I like floral pieces, but most of my crockery is chipped….

  422. Love plain white maybe with a gold rim but must be able to bounce!

  423. Joanne Crosby says:

    I have a thing for white square plates, at the moment.

  424. kristy brown says:

    I like hardy crockery that is nice and bright!

  425. Sally Peevor says:

    I like unusual shapes – currently we have square plates and cube shape bowls but I love classic bone china too!

  426. Natalie Henderson says:

    I love my white china! :)

  427. Modern white china

  428. SUSAN L HALL says:

    I love modern style black and white crockery with oriental influences

  429. SUSAN L HALL says:

    i follow on stumbled on and pinterest

  430. Rebecca Cleary says:

    Bold colours are my fav at the moment :)

  431. Serena La Pietra says:

    I like a nice border on a white background, nothing fancy. Clean.

  432. Hilary Grey says:

    Generally plain white but I also adore my 1930s, deco set which I picked up at a local auction – in the style of Clarice Cliff without the hefty price tag. :-)

  433. Gareth Morris says:

    Cornish Blue is my favourite!

  434. Hazel Christopher says:

    I like anything simple with a touch of detail

  435. Oh I was just saying to hubby today i really want a proper dinner set.. Have on many occasion walked past staring admiringly at Denby china – If it is meant to be it will be ….

  436. Hazel Christopher says:

    Following with Google reader

  437. I like subtle patterns so they don’t detract from the food presented on them. x

  438. Christine Howorth says:

    This would look perfect on my table

  439. Kate Edwards says:

    gorgeous set :-) i’m in need of new crockery too!