Friday, 5 March 2010

Cornishware Pottery - Blog Candy

So from the famous Blue and White Striped Cornishware Pottery to a infusion of colour.

I have a blog candy prize where the winner could win a Box set of 4 of these fabulous Mugs.
The winner can choose from His or a Hers set of these worth £40.00 open to both UK and International and posted to your door.
These are the sets shown below and I think they are just gorgeous, real elevenses mugs just waiting to be filled with your favourite brew




All you have to do to be in for a chance is pop over to www.tggreen.co.uk. browse their collection of Cornishware then leave me a comment stating which piece you like best and why?
I will draw a winner on Friday 12th March at 6pm GMT and announce it at 6:30pmGMT on the same day.

Good Luck everyone.

109 comments:

Shelly said...

I LOVE the mugs! Especially the Sage green. Thanks Jak for the chance to win :-)

Jean McKenzie said...

What great candy!! I found it hard to choose which set - they are both so lovely but I would pick the set for girls - very bright and cheerful and I can just see them on the table of our outdoor setting!!

Kathy W said...

Very cool site; I love unique mugs. I am partial to the blue and white ones; they remind me of warm, striped pjs for winter hot chocolate. They would be so pretty on a spring table for entertaining; just like white clouds with blue sky! Thanks for the link and the chance to win.

Barbara said...

personally, I would love one of the mugs in each of the striped colors. They are fun and would be lovely as part of a table setting for lunch with friends

Lynne Phelps said...

I love the mugs. The 15 oz. mug would be a fave, since I drop a PG Tips into the biggest mug I can find more often then I brew a pot of tea. Makes it sort of like you can just swill it straight from the pot if you use a big enough mug, you know? ;-)
On the colored 4-packs, they are TOTALLY fab. I like the boy colors best! I wish all those colors were available in the 15 oz. mugs, as I am not a blue person! Wonderful blog candy!

Estella said...

Lovely mugs - they remind me of when we used to stay at my Grandma's. She would give us a mug of tea and we would put brown sugar in it and pretend it was coffee!!

Kathleen said...

ooooh they are gorgeous. I would love to win the blue mugs to match my blue/red kitchen. Thanks Jak for the chance. Kathleen x

Lorna said...

Oh my goodness these remind me of when I was a child. We used to have a blue and white teapot set. I loved it. Gosh I like them all but if I had to choose it would be yellow - I'm an autumn colours fan you see.

kazzells said...

ooohhh They are all gorgeous ut my favourite has to be the red.....they remind me of a friends welsh dresser, she used to have them all on show.....good times!!

Sue said...

I love the Domino blue spotty jug, or any of the Domino colours really. The stripes are fun too and it would be nice to mix and match them, would make an interesting set.

Anne said...

Oh Jak, thanks for the chance to take part in such a fab candy. I've had a peek onto the other site and I am hooked on ALL the spotty things, so clean and fresh looking and would look lovely in the kitchen. Hugs xx

My'scardcorner said...

I love the mugs especially the blue ones would go in my kitchen perfectly. Thanks for the chance to win Jak.
Myrax

Polly Pierce said...

Lovely candy, especially the blue and white which reminds me of my childhood and a time when life was much simpler! In those days people who didn't cook were the exception rather than the rule - I especially like the blue and white striped pudding basin...

Kate said...

I love the all the blue white, especially the jugs and utensil holders. It all reminds me of childhood holidays in the South West and makes me smile just to look at it. ** Kate **

sassyb07 said...

hi Jak
Well, I love the pink cookware, but wouldn't be able to have them in my kitchen, lol. The other colors I like are the 2 shades of green.
Hope you pull my name to win, LOL!
hugs, Valerie

Elaine Stark said...

All the Cornishware pottery is lovely. The traditional blue stripe is very nostalgic, reminds me of my gran. I do like the domino blue spot as it is like a modern version of the pottery. Elaine

Rainmac said...

Ooohhh those mugs are just gorgeous, I love a nice mug to drink my tea from, think it somehow improves the taste. I think the traditional blue and white is my fave - it makes me feel nostalgic about holidays and my grandparents. I would want to accompany my lovely mug of tea with a large slice of homemade cake x

Toni said...

Oooh Ive always liked cornish ware the blue was always a favourite but after seeing them today I love the black and white It will match my kitchen too lol.
fabulous candy Jak

georgina said...

I just love the small dreadnought jug,i have a thing for jugs and have always loved the look of cornishware so this puts both together,lovely prize for anyone to win Jak thank you for the chance, luv georginax

Dawn said...

This reminds me of my childhood where my mum had loads of this, so I still love the traditional blue & white but I also love the girls set of mugs, and I also love the black & white which would go perfectly in my kitchen too.

Karen said...

Hi Jak,
Love cornishware have been collecting for soooooo long, the new colours are great, and now I can buy on line great.

Kind regards
Karen.

P.s Good look every body, but you all know i'm going to win lol lol

Mad Mary said...

As a huge fan of the colour green i really do like both the Cornish Sage & Cornish Green but i must admit i absolutely love the Domino Baby Blue range, it's absolutely stunning.

Mary xx

hazel southwell said...

They are all such yummy colours, spoilt for choice. my favourite are the red ones, such warm and comforting colour. Mmmmm
Hazel

lesleyleg said...

Hi Jak,
What a great site..I even can go to House of Bruar a wee bit away if I want to buy any...I love pottery and it's not so easy to come by now.I love the red as I never wear the colour but just love the colour for household accessories.Would suit my kitchen anyday!!Lot's of tea to go around in these fab sized mugs!!
Thanks for being able to take part in your competition!
Lesley

starshin1 said...

Jak,

All of the colours are wonderful. I love the domino blue ones the best. They remind me of the sky, the beach, just being outdoors and my childhood as I was always looking at the sky while I was on the swing. These cornishware are so refreshing and pretty blue!! Thanks for this chance to win!!

Rachel A.

Greta said...

I love ALL the spotty stuff & would love to be able to have it all. lol
Great candy Jak. Thanks for the chance to win
xx

Denise ~ Paper Ponderings said...

I think the teapot, but really...everything there is so cool, sweet, neat-o! What a fun candy and i would so love to win!

Sonja said...

I love the baby pink domino range especially the tea coffee and sugar jars. Thank you for the chance to win something so useful and pretty

Rose said...

Wow! such lovely mugs and so English. I love the mugs for girls...lovely pastel colours.

Polly said...

Wow I didn't thibnk they still made the blue & white cornish ware. I still love the original colour of blue & white. thanks for the chance to win a set :)
Polly

Anonymous said...

What a Fastic prize giveaway.
Oh, I would have to go with the red striped as that is my favorite color.
Thank you for the opportunity to win such a wonderful candy prize.
ColleenB.

Susan said...

I love all the sets they have to offer but must confess I do love the Domino range in blue, reminds me of a blue dress with white polka dots which I had when I was a young child and as one person pointed out the Domino Set mixed with the Striped Sets makes a great combination.

your work is quite an inspiration Jak and thanks a mil for all your shares

Susan

Denise Rand said...

what a brilliant prize. i live the blue cornishware reminds me of my childhood (many moons ago) my Mum had the pudding basin and regularly make steak and kidney pudding in it. i love the shape of the pasta bowls

Anonymous said...

I did not realise there were so many colours, patterns and designs now. I have original blue cornishware from my mother in law. the mini mortar and pestle and would be useful. It would go well with the rest of the the cornish blue I have on display in my kitchen.
jill leeder

Maryann said...

Oh boy these aare sooo cool, but I admit, I love his set the most, as it has the brightests colors, I think, but they´re actually all great, and I sure wouldn´t mond any of them at all ha ha ha .
Thanks for the chance to win and have a great week-end.
Biiiig hugs Maryann

Michelle said...

I love the mortar and pestle. I've always wanted one and in the red - oh my, it would match my kitchen perfectly and be a decoration as well as useful. Right now I grind my home grown herbs with the back of a spoon - LOL... thanks for the great chance and the introduction to such a wonderful company!

joyfuljan said...

Oh my goodness - I love it all. The beautiful blue stripe tempts me to change my newly painted kitchen. If those stripes were in red my bank account would be in big trouble. :) Thanks for the opportunity to win a set of mugs. Blessings!

Sarah Middleton said...

I've just had a look-see too and I think I prefer the sage green colours best - and def the boys mug set. They remind me of my childhood too - happy days. Thanks for the link Jak. x

Anonymous said...

The Garlic jar.When we were small we hated the smell of it so Mum used to hide little b,day gifts in the jar knowing they would never be found by snooping eyes.We never found out till we were older that it had never contained garlic,just the name on the front.
Thank you Jak for running the competition.love sylviae.x

Sylvia said...

I love the red Love Mugs full of choccies.Just made for sharing.
Sylvia

Anonymous said...

O Jak these brought back some fab memories.My Nan used to have a few bits and pieces of the cornishblue,
Thank you for giving us a chance to win some fabby mugs..
If I was lucky enough to win,please could I have the mugs in cornishblue.
Love Sian xx

Cath Mullineux said...

I really like the pudding bowls. I can remember my grandmother having one and making "clootie" dumplings in it. A great treat. If it was a birthday dumpling she used to put silver threepenny bits in the dumpling.

coranglais said...

I love the mugs, perfect for a large cup of whatever! Living in Penzance, the blue & white is just right!

A.J. said...

I love the polka dot jugs, they remind me of cups we had in the 1970's. Love the mugs too, I love the darker bold colour, they are a timeless classic.

Sam said...

I just love cornishware - there are still a set of small blue and white mugs at my parents home - all with the children's names on!!

As for the shop - I like the storage jars - mostly because I need new ones!! ;-)

starcyl said...

Jak for me the favourite piece would have to be the pudding basin, purely because it is probably the ont thing that every menber of my family had at one stage and it takes me back to my long ago childhood. This site is lovely and it could work out to quite expensive!
Jenny x

the crafty duck said...

Its all gorgeous but I have to say I think my favourite is the love mugs, red and white is a lovely combination and well you don't get better than a cup of tea and chocolates!! love Steph

Susan said...

Oh My Jak! You've turned me on to some things that will complement my current dishware just perfectly! I love the lipped pudding basin because I think that it is a very versatile piece of pottery that can be used for many different tasks. Thank you for a chance at this lovely give-away!

Jo Street said...

What fabulous products, but my favourite has to be the bright red mugs in the stripy gift box. Gorgeous.
Jo

maiahs_momma said...

I would have to say the "For the boy mugs", would be great for any favorite hot beverage :). Thanks for this chance to win some goodies...

Inky Hugs,
Catherine L.
catlevy@eastlink.ca

JoAnn said...

Oh so many beautiful products! I love the storage jars but I can't make up my mind if that is my favorite or the teapot. I love that teapot also. I might have to flip a coin. As far as color it would be striped red ( because that would match my kitchen.) Thanks for the chance to win!!!

Yolanda said...

Hi Jak, fabulous prize you give away and what great webshop is this.
Love the beautiful colours and polka dots! My favourite would be the Utensils Jar, because it'll keep all the stirring gear together.
Love the colours of the girl mugs, if I have choose.
Hugs Yolanda

Linby said...

I've always love cornishware in the traditional blue and white, my favs are the jugs. I am also on the lookout for a dominio spotty toastrack but not found one yet! Love the new colours, not sure whether to stick to blue or go for the black!
Linbyx

Crealan said...

I love this type of things...
Especially the storage jars.
They would stand lovely in my kitchen...;-))
Il like the blue/purple, it is just my kind of color.Or the vibrant red....or..pink...or...

The other colors look very nice too!

Love
Lilian

Anonymous said...

I love the blue and white mug - makes me think of the good old days

wobble said...

The Hot Chocolate Mug would be perfect for a large slug of liquid comfort at some of those very long meetings at work I seem to be attending at the moment

Marge said...

Oh, Jak, you're just full of all kinds of fun!!! I too LOVE that green mug -- so it's For the Boys as my choice, as they'd look best in my kitchen! Ummm, I can just taste a fresh-brewed cup of coffee from fresh-ground beans in my new gorgeous mug!!!

Linda said...

Hi Jak
What is there not to like about all the wonderful pieces they offer. Such different pieces you don't normally see.
I love all the colors. They are just so vibrant & cheerful. I would love drinking my coffee in those every morning.
Thank you so much for a chance to win.

Laurie in MN said...

I love the Mugs for Her. I am fussy about mugs I buy. They need to be light weight, slim handle that is easy to hold, large bowl, and thin not thick sides.

The mug set you showed looks like something I would buy if they were sold in the United States.

Anonymous said...

I love these mugs they are so evocative of a bygone time the 1950s when it was fashionable to be a homemaker and wife!!!
Ann R

Chris Cameron said...

I would definitely choose the Valentines Mugs. It has been so very cold here in Spain and we don't have central heating! I can just see me and the OH snuggled up on the sofa with a red cornish mug full of steaming hot coffee - and chocs to eat as well. GOOD TIMES!!

tombecca said...

Hi Jak, the cornishware is lovely I love the mugs, storage jars, jugs,plates well everything. It would be great to start a collection.I really love the bright colours of the girls set because it is so cheerful and would brighten our days. Thank you for the opportunity to win. Bev x

Anne Marie said...

These are all fab. I have always loved nice simple crockery, maybe because I'm nice and simple too!! lol
I love the large mugs - good a for a nice big cuppa and/or hot chocolate too.
I'm afraid that I'd end up with the whol lot once I started though!!

xxxtglxxx said...

I love the little egg cups! :D They rock! Everything in the range looks so fresh and clean though, so I am thrilled to be able to enter the competition, thank you jak. xx

Susan said...

Oooooh nice. I like the spots...and the stripes...everything really :)
Love the red and white but the blue and white reminds me of the seaside :)

Linda said...

I think they are all fab. I know you said pick one favourite but I can't decide between the Cornish Sage or Domino Black as both would go prefectly with my new kitchen colour scheme. Can I do mix 'n' match, lol.

Anonymous said...

Wow these mugs are Fab! what a brilliant prize! i love the pastel one's! nothing better than a nice mug of tea!! Elouise A x

Sheila - Ginger said...

Wow Jak what a wonderful prize...I love the set of 4 coloured ladies mugs as they remind me of bright days in the summer and my bright coloured t-shirts! Lol!

Love Sheila xx

Kym's Crafty Cards said...

Oh Jak what lovely blog candy. I think my favourite would have to be the set of girls mugs as that includes Parma Violet and as purple/lilac are my favourite colours that is the one for me. Many thanks Kym xxx

ENJAY said...

Hi Jak, how lovely are they!!
I think my favourite is the 'Domino Baby Pink' collection, as its Cup cakes all the way at the mo, these would go with the style perfectly and they are fat free!!.
Nicola.xx

Jan M said...

Oooo if only money were no object !! Thanks for reminding us of this wonderful ware - i would have to go for the black and white collection - very retro !!
Thanks for the chance to win the mugs Jak xx

Diamantin said...

Oh they are gorgeous. I would love to win the red mugs to match my red kitchen. Thanks Jak for the chance.

Hugs Anett

Hege-Annie Simonsen said...

Wow, such great candy! I love the girl set - because of the cheerful colours! :)

Thank you for the chance to win!
Awesome prize!

Best wishes
Hege

Anonymous said...

These are gorgeous and love the mugs best especially the pink ones as they would look sooooooo nice in my lovely pink craft room
Nikki (Nicknat)

Tracey said...

Well I love the Girlie mugs, and would give one to my daughter who is off to Uni in Sept, then she has a cosy link with home each time she has a cuppa or hot chocolate while in Halls. They are traditional but also contempory just the right balance.

Caroline G said...

I'm a big fan of all things blue and white, but I have to say I do love the colours of the boy set - so rich and timeless (and there's a blue/white one in there!). Great candy, thanks for the chance to win!

Pam said...

I love the red and white stripped mugs, I like bright colours so these are great. Hugs Pam

Joan C said...

Love the set. My personal favourite is the "hers" set as i prefur subtle colours.

Marjorie said...

I just love the girl's mug set best, because the stripes bring back fond memories of being in mums kitchen in the 50's.
Thanks for giving us the chance to win.
regards Marjorie

helen scott said...

What a fab site - my fav is the beautiful blue and white teapot. . . I think my Grandma had one of these, as soon as I saw it I thought of her. Isn't it strange how one peice of pottery can make you think of someone instantly, even after 26 years. God bless you Jak, you made me smile today.

Marion said...

I just love the blue and white it brings back happy memories of my childhood. (which was many moons ago)
Maz O'B

rosemary said...

I love them all but my favourite is the domino teapot
Rosemary

Cheryl said...

I love the mugs, especially in yellow. I always drink my coffee or tea out of a mug because I like the size. THe yellow and white stripe ones are so cheerful and the perfect way to start off the morning.

Maz said...

The girls mugs are very pretty! x

susan said...

I love it all, especially the black and white.
It reminds me of holidays when I was a child to my grandmothers house and preparing tea. The milk always went in the green and white striped jug and the gravy always went in the blue and white spotted jug. I miss her and those days.

MicheyMoo said...

OMG how divine!! I love, love, love the entire collection and.....when I'm all grown up and the like, lol.....want it all (though I may have to find myself an Aussie distributor or something similar).

I simply adore the Baby Pink domino range.....its tooo cute - but then I also love the Sage stripes, the Yellow stripes, the Cornish Blue stripes........the Baby Blue domino......too much, I tell you, too much!!

Thanks for the chance at the absolutely amazing, non-crafty type candy Jak. It's absolutely yummy!!

xxx

Anonymous said...

hi jaks i love the blue and white dishes as they remind me of when i used to stay with my auntie and she always made jelly and blamange

The Wife said...

I've always had a piece of blue stripe Cornish ware since 19 (cough ..cough!)usually a jug It's a real favourite but Im now I'm loving the Domino range especially the cups and saucers. perfect for tea and scones.

Amanda said...

Hi, I've just browsed through all of the lovely pictures on the TGcGreen website...so here's my Mother's day daydream:
A crisp white tablecloth,a stripey blue and white Cornishware pot of tea for two, two gorgeous candy striped mugs, a plate of scones, homemade jam and Cornish clotted cream. Perhaps even a sea view. Disaster for the waist-but so good for the soul.......

Burnice said...

Loving these, loving the colours. It would have to be the girly set as I have a craft cabin and my girlies would lurve to drink from one of these. Thanks for the opportunity. Love your blog BTW
Burnice x

angie's blogspot said...

hanks Jak for the chance to win one of these mugs, I would love to be in with a chance of winning the blue striped one please as it reminded me of a milk jug that my granny used to have x

Nena3110 said...

I like everything! In my country, we don't have something beautiful like this, or if something is like this, it is very expesive for us, we can't buy it, but I expect a better time.
I don' have a hope to win, but I am thankfull for a chanse, and for pleasure to see those beautiful things.
Sorry for my bad english, and greetings from Belgrade.

Mac said...

I too love it all but I think my favourite thing would have to be the blue and white striped pasta bowls. They are beautiful but also the right shape and depth to be functional.

Bonita said...

I love polka dots in any color.The mugs in polka dots are sooooo cool.Thanks for a chance to win.

Thistleblue said...

What fantastic candy! thanks for a chance to win. I want everything from the tggreen site! It's all gorgeous, i think i especially like the pudding basins or the jugs, they're gorgeous!!

hugs
Michelle
xx

Hot2Hustle said...

I love the red and white ones as they're the colours of my favourite football team...and you've needed a strong brew to face going to watch them this winter! Emma x

Janet McClure said...

I Love them all the colours are so bright and cheerfull.

Anonymous said...

I just love the sage green mugs Jackie. Don't know if I am eligable to enter as I am in England but just thought I would try. Thankyou for everything .Lots of love Barbara

margiep said...

Ooh, just love the red and white love mugs! Would fit very nicely in my kitchen and the chocs inside them would be an added bonus!! ;) Thanks for such a gorgeous blog candy

Margie

Sue c said...

Jak the Domino baby blue set is beautiful.I think it is so diferent from any I have seen

eri980@hotmail.com said...

LOVELY!!!! Baby blue remember me my mus's eyes, Sage mug would be my favourite in the morning, having a tea in front of my country house window.

ida said...

How lovely are these mugs.. Just like a teapot, milk jug and sugar basin I used to have when my children were small..
They have brought back such great memories, You are such a master at doing that Jak...
Thank you
Ida x

Maggie said...

The set of red and white love mugs are my favourite Jak,I can just picture me and my luvvie sipping from these beautiful mugs whilst sharing the lovely chocs that come with them....mmm...delish
Maggie
X

Hilde Larsen aka. Tindaloo said...

Cool candy Jak!!! I'm planning to move over the summer, so theese would brighten up a new kithen! :) i've been checkin' out the products and I really liked the Tea storage jar! I like making oriental tea from 'scratch', not in tea-bags, and theese would be perfect to keep the leaves sealed in :) thanks for a chance to win!

Anonymous said...

I love the red - the accent color in my kitchen!

Terri

terri at digitaldesigns dot
us

Anne said...

Hi Jak
That Cornishware is wonderful, how I remember havibg that around the house when I was much younger. I would love to own some of the brightly coloured mugs for my bedtime drink.
Cyprus Anne

sandy said...

Hi Jak
Wow I did not realise Cornishware did anything other than stripes. I really love the Domino range as it is sooo different. Of the stripe range I love the more pastel shades of pink, turquiose, lavender and lemon as they are Spring like. Thanks for giving me the chance to be put in your draw.

Sandy xxx

Jon Bratton said...

I love mugs, me, for me tea,
With sugar
I'll win this Poetry competition,
What? It's pottery? Oh buggar

sweets in bulk said...

The mugs are awesome. I want to collect them all. Thanks for sharing.