Cornishware Comeback

Cornishware by T.G. Green

First produced in the 1920′s by T.G. Green & Co. in the United Kingdom, Cornishware has adorned millions of homes and become a design classic. This distinctive blue and white banded tabletop pottery is said to derive its name from the blue sky and white-crested waves of Cornwall. Sadly, in the year 2007, economic circumstances forced the factory into receivership and production stopped. The following year, however, the company was rescued by entrepreneur and collector, Charles Rickards, who has slowly brought Cornishware back to the market. So we are most pleased to announce that in May 2010 Cornishware will once again be available in the United States and in the 125West.com online catalog of specialty home products.  Over 50 pieces will be available initially with more to come in the future.

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