Denby Chevron Egg Cup
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- 2 x 1 3/4"
- Pattern Description
The matt glazed khaki green shapes with the serrated Chevron pattern is a 1960s classic, so much so that you will find the Chevron Coffee Pot in the Victoria and Albert Museum collection. Designed and modeled by Gill Pemberton, the proportion and balance of every piece was critical to its concept and usability. Working closely with Hedley Parkin, Jim Seal and Albert Blancheon, Denby Chevron hit the shelves in 1962 and was produced until c1980.
- Launched in 1962
- Designed by Gill Pemberton
The Chevron range consisted of over 70 pieces many of which were initially hand thrown or jollied and he distinctive chevron pattern was created with a small roller.