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Red Cornishware from T.G. Green

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Cornishware is instantly recognisable with its blue and white stripes. In a twist on the look, T.G. Green have resurrected the 'lost' Cornishware Red range from the 1950s and are putting it back in our kitchens. 

As part of their long history manufacturing Cornishware, T.G. Green experimented with creating red Cornishware in the 1950s but abandoned the range when they found it hard to keep the colour consistent, hence it being described as 'lost'. The rare samples that leaked out have since become expensive collector's items.

The good news for all enthusiasts of the look is that sixty years later, T.G. Green have cracked the colour and brought the range back into production. The cheerful and festive colour combination has been applied to all their traditional items and is now just a click away. 

Prices start at £10 for a beaker. 

See the range online

via India Knight

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