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Cornishware, one of the icons of English pottery, actually had nothing to do with Cornwall. It was created in Derbyshire in North England, and it was named after the waves off the Cornish coastline because of its original blue and white palette. The factory shut down in 2007 after almost 90 years but was revived recently by fans. And just as well, because these bold stripes could grace any kitchen.

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ampersandrea added this to ampersandrea's ideas
January 15, 2012
how could cornishware have almost shut down in 2007, I mean LOOK at it.

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Cornishware, one of the icons of English pottery, actually had nothing to do with Cornwall. It was created in Derbyshire in North England, and it was named after the waves off the Cornish coastline because of its original blue and white palette. The factory shut down in 2007 after almost 90 years but was revived recently by fans. And just as well, because these bold stripes could grace any kitchen. — Lucy McLintic

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