Denby Arabesque Fruit Saucer
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- Product DetailsArabesque Fruit Saucer by Denby.
- 5 1/4"
- Pattern Description
Denby Arabesque pottery was first introduced in 1963 and is one of the most recognised and collected patterns in the Denby pottery range. Gill Pemberton designed the Denby Arabesque pattern, taking inspiration from a trip to Russia.
The pattern has been highly popular amongst china & pottery collectors since being discontinued in 1984. Samarkand was the original name for the collection; however, this was later changed as the same name was used for an exhibited Portmeirion Pottery. The range has since been known as Denby Arabesque China, and there is a vast variety of pieces available here at Chinasearch.
- ReviewsVerified CustomerApr 13thThe service received is always prompt and packaging very goodMrs. Janet MainesApr 28th 2021See full review.Mrs Margaret WilsonApr 21st 2020This was as expected and i good conditionVerified CustomerFeb 1st 2020Flawless!Mrs. J MainesDec 26th 2019Replacement item - very good conditionMrs. Pauline HunterDec 2nd 2019Exactly as featured on website.Mrs. Pauline HunterNov 21st 2018Good condition and exactly as described.Mrs. Pauline HunterDec 16th 2017As described and good condition.Verified CustomerJun 5th 2015See full review.
- Delivery Information
Order Value UK Delivery £30 or less £3.95 (Royal Mail / Parcelforce) Between £30 and £200 £6.95 (Parcelforce) Over £200 Free (Parcelforce)
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