It’s always hard shopping for birthday presents or gifts on a budget so here at PerfectPieces.co.uk we’ve made it easy for you! Across the top of our website you’ll find our price range options which allow you to select your budget and view EVERYTHING we have for sale within your price range!
So, if you’re shopping for a present or even a treat for yourself under £25 here’s a small selection of the British and antique pottery you can buy from PerfectPieces.co.uk at the moment:
Derbyshire is full of many wonderful sites and collectables! If you live in Derbyshire and are looking for something a little different either for a gift or for yourself then why not consider a piece of Denby Pottery?
Back in the early 1800’s local potter William Bourne took a lease on a piece of land near to where the discovery had been made of a seam of fine quality clay along the route of the nascent Derby – Alfreton Road. He already had a pottery near Belper, but soon set up on his new site where the reputation for producing good quality wares was soon established, and the rest was history!
Here are a few examples of some Denby Pottery items from the 1950’s and 1970’s:
Another great site in Derbyshire is of course Chatsworth. This is a stunning historic house set in the centre of the Peak District. It is steeped in history with beautiful gardens. In the run up to Christmas the lower part of the house is decked out with festive displays and in November there are Christmas Markets with more than 100 stalls complementing Chatsworth’s own range of food and gift shops.
The Maling Harlequin basket is Maling pattern 6605 and is a stunning piece with the harlequin design picked out in contrasting colours – click here.
The Carlton Ware vase next is a superb vase with the vivid blue delphinium flowers. It is Carlton Ware pattern number 3273 and is a Carlton Ware Handcraft range piece dating c1929-1939 – click here.
The Denby pottery bowl is from the Glyn Ware range and the pattern is picked out with vivid turquoise leaves. This dish has the Glyn Colledge signature mark underneath – click here.
The boxed Corgi OOC model bus is a lovely model for toy collectors or railway enthusiasts. It is a 1:76 scale model which is equivalent to the OO gauge railway models, is boxed and comes in a limited edition of only 2500 – click here.
The final piece pictured above is an adorable PenDelfin rabbit Herald. He was designed by Jean Walmsley Heap and was the piece for the founder year of the PenDelfin club, quite a collector’s piece – click here.
An easy way to shop on PerfectPieces.co.uk is to view our ALL STOCK PAGE – this page displays every piece we currently have for sale so you’re able to glance down the images and see if anything catches your eye!
It’s that time of year again folks when the darkness is drawing closer in an evening and the shops are gradually starting to push that jolly big red & white bloke onto their shelves!
If like me you haven’t even thought about Christmas presents and can’t believe some people have even started – some even finished(!) – their Christmas shopping, then here’s how to make the most out of your visit to the Perfect Pieces website.
To make shopping a little easier on the Perfect Piece website we’ve created a page that displays every piece of stock we currently have available, that way you can just browse through all the images and see if there’s anything that might suit someone on your Christmas list! It’s as easy as that:
In the meantime here’s a (very) small selection of the range of items we currently have available.
They range from collectible studio type pottery like Troika pottery, traditional pottery like Denby pottery & Ruskin pottery, modernist & retro pottery designs like the Poole Delphis range, small collectables like PenDelfin and Corgi diecast models to name but a few:
This Denby bowl is from the Denby Pottery Glyn Ware range and features an abstract plant and leaf design that has been picked out in striking colours of aqua and turquoise – quite unusual. An additional feature is that the outside of the bowl has also been decorated, something that is often missed resulting in plain sides when viewing the bowl side on. The sides of this bowl have been decorated in green with an interwoven purple pattern running around the edge of the bowl.
This attractive Denby bowl also has the hand-painted Glyn Colledge pottery mark on its base.