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Denby 8" Dessert/Salad Plate Set of 6

Availability: Out of stock
SKU: DB10004
Delivery date: 1-2 days

$88.00 (73%)
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A sleek yet durable set of dishes from Denby. This deal of the day is $19.99 (56% off the $45 retail price). Sale ends at midnight tonight (EST).

Do you hate washing dishes? Are you tired of your wife/roommate/landlord/local police department always nagging you to clean a plate once in awhile? Are you reading this page while eating dinner off of the back of a picture frame? Then today’s deal of the day is for you.

It’s a set of dessert/salad plates from Denby, the high quality yet highly useful be-all end-all of cookware. Every piece that Denby makes has been designed for an optimal eating experience, made for REAL food. It’s not something you pay tons of money only to display in a Curio cabinet. It’s also extremely durable; it’s much harder to crack than most other tableware. And today only, you can get this daily deal at a 56% discount. This not only means that you can put off doing dishes for another couple of months, but you also save a lot more money (better than the amount you save by not buying soap or sponges). 

Measures 8 1/2" diameter.
Set of 6.
Oven, microwave, freezer and dishwasher safe.
Handcrafted in England. does not ship outside the USA and its territories. Shoppers from outside the USA may place orders for delivery within the United States. Product ships 1-3 business days after order, pending verification.
Products specifications
Manufacturer Item DB10004
Brand Denby

Denby Pottery Company Ltd is a British manufacturer of pottery, and is named after the village of Denby in Derbyshire.

Salt-glazed pottery was first produced at Denby in 1809 by local businessman William Bourne. He passed the enterprise on to his son Joseph Bourne, whose name the pottery then took and under whose management the business grew to become highly successful.

The company, whose name is now principally associated with stoneware, initially produced bottles and jars, before specializing in kitchenware and, eventually, in tableware, for which it is best known today.