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Exclusively preview: Denby

Denby will showcase its new capsule collections based on occasions dining at the 16th edition of Exclusively Housewares in London, which runs June 13-14

A result of Denby’s extensive research and report on the Art of Entertaining, Denby will showcase its new Studio Craft and Gather collections based on occasions dining, both capsule collections of bowls, plates and serveware giving consumers the option to buy individual pieces to enhance existing place settings.

Inspired by the trend for natural, authentic pottery, and utilising Denby’s distinctive glaze effects, Studio Craft features four natural tones inspired by wood with subtle speckles highlighting the texture and curves of new shapes. 

Made In England, Elements is a stoneware tableware collection designed for modern life. Featuring Denby glazes on simple shapes, pieces are beautiful and functional, and designed to be used every day. Available as loose items or boxed in bundles of four. There are also matching placemats, coasters and glassware.

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About Exclusively
The 16th edition of Exclusively Housewares, held alongside sister show Exclusively Electrical, in London, June 13-14, offers the largest number of housewares brands and suppliers - some 120 – brought together under one roof in the UK.

Aimed at all housewares retailers, from department stores and garden centres to independents, Tableware regulars include Denby, Elia International, Robert Welch, Villeroy & Boch, Arthur Price, Fairmont & Main, Navigate, Maxwell & Williams, T&G, and Black+Blum, while newbies include LSA International, Ladelle, Zak Designs and Jersey Pottery, among others.

A new feature at this year’s Shows, Tomorrow’s World, on the Atrium level above the Gallery Hall, is aimed at educating visitors about the latest advancements in housewares and dining.

The Trend Tours will run again this year, 25-30 minute tours of 8-10 products for each tour, while the On Trend product display, and use of trend trail signage, will also return, the display including trend mood boards and an example of a merchandised Christmas window display to help retailers understand how they can interpret the trends in their own stores.

The seminar theatre will deliver a number of expert presentations on May 14, from key trends for housewares, to how customers will be shopping in the future.

There are free refreshments, including a free tea and coffee trollies, sponsored by Brita, and a two-course lunch. A Buyer’s Lounge, with free refreshments and wifi is also available and is sponsored this year RKW brands Tower, Morphy Richards and Swan.

Exclusively Housewares and Exclusively Electrical take place June 14-15 at the Business Design Centre, London. Buyers interested in visiting either show can browse the full exhibitor lists and register their interest online via or or by calling 0121 237 1130.

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