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Giveaway: Cornishware Dreadnought Jugs


Cornishware was first produced in the 1920's by T.G Green in Derbyshire and has since become a British design classic with its famous blue and white stripes (they also now do red and white stripes). It's said that the colours reminded a T.G Green employee of the blue skies and white crested waves of Cornwall - can't argue there! They have a seriously huge range from plates, bowls, mugs, jugs, jars and egg cups to name just a few items - and the range really can take you from breakfast through to dinner and beyond.
Cornishware have kindly given me 2 lovely Dreadnought Jugs (1 large and 1 small) to giveaway to one Jam and Clotted Cream reader so if you want to be in with a chance of winning just read on....

To enter:
To win the jugs all you need to do is;
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3. Closing Date 6th February 05:01 am
4. UK entrants only

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Comments

  1. I was going to say what lovely jugs, but thought that might be taken as rude! But still, a gorgeous prize!

    Please don't take this comment as spam!!

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  2. I love Cornishware - must be something to do with having a Cornish husband!

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  3. The Rafflecopter form won't let me give my Pinterest ID but it's janesgrapevine

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  4. Maaan I lurve these jugs! Would look fab in my Jug Collection :) whoop whoop!

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  5. These jugs have a classic look, and would be welcome in any kitchen.

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  6. I do love a cornish jug! I bought one as seconds years ago but is now battered & cracked :( x

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  7. morning, cold damp and dark, in Essex this moring, found you via jane (grapevine), love this wear, my nan had a large collection in welsh dresser, in old fashion farm house kitchen, changing subject its now snowing, we are isolated, and on high ground, help!, thanks for comp

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    oldwalshy

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  9. great give-away! I can remember my Dad drinking coffee from a Cornish mug... fond memories!

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  10. Traditional and eye-catching. Cornishware reminds me ofmy grandma's kitchen and also some happy, cosy cottage self-catering holidays.

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  11. that just looks gorgeous..i am such a sucker for mugs

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  12. That is a lovely jug. Me want. *LOL*

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  13. These take me back to when I was a kid & my aunt's had these. What lovely memories they are bringing back.

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  14. I had no idea how significant these were but I've liked this style for years.

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  15. Thanks for the great giveaway! I love anything Cornish and 'Country Cottage Kitchen-like'! I'd be thrilled to be lucky!

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  16. Nice pair! :-)

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  17. Perfect start to a Cornishware collection...

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  18. I love these they would look gorgeous in my kitchen

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  19. Love Cornish blue stuff and I totally agree with the employee - exactly like the Sky & Waves of Cornwall.

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  20. these would be a great addition to my collection

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  21. Would be great to win these, bed and breakfast guests staying at Odle Farm would love them!

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  22. I have rude jugs jokes aplenty. I could go on for DAYS.

    However, instead I will say that these are lovely, and can have a lovely home on my recently refurbished Welsh dresser!

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  23. These would make my first home just a bit more homelier - love them!

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  24. Love cornishware and i'm a cornish girl so would love to win these. Please enter me into this great competition.

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  25. Lovely jug for food items or even a nice bunch of Spring flowers

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  26. Lovely prize. I love Cornishware <3

    valerie mccarthy

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  27. How nice it would be to have something beautiful in the kitchen that wasn't chipped! ;-)

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  28. oooh as someone else said - what lovely jugs!!

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  29. Lovely prize :o)

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  30. i love this a lot..But i dont have anyone.I couldn't find it in the place where i live..Lovely gift


    Aarthi
    http://yummytummy-aarthi.blogspot.com/

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  31. Loving the jugs -Please enter me....

    @philibaldi

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  32. Nice jug

    @boo1003

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  33. Love Cornishware... had hoped to inherit my Gran's collection but sadly none of it made through the years.
    That or my Mum hid it!!! :)

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  34. always liked this style of jug

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  35. Fingers crossed

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  36. It makes me sad that only someone in the UK can enter this! :(

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  37. About to re-do my kitchen and these are the perfect colour in such a simple design. Love them!

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  38. fab giveaway,would love to win
    @emmav6

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  39. oooh I have long admired Cornishware but have never owned any! follower on GFC

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  40. Alexandra Dixon-Mersh31 January 2012 at 17:24

    Cornishware has got to be the cutest, quaintest thing ever! MUST have some!

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  41. Love these, very traditional

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  42. Please include me - I have liked on facebook

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  43. Wow, what a great prize. Please include me in the prize draw. They would go perfectly with the stlye of my kitchen!

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  44. I love the Cornishware - keeping my fingers very much crossed x

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  45. wow would look so good in my kitchen

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  46. These are so pretty and haven't dated since they first came out they are a classic

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  47. This would remind me of the time in the 70s I was near the Cornishware factory and found lots of discarded seconds but could not carry them home.

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  48. Cornishware's so gorgeous - I swear the design actually makes whatever's in them taste better!

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  49. I love Cornishware. The Jug woukd kook great in my kitchen as its blue abd white.

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  50. Beautiful jugs ;-) I love Cornishware

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  51. There is something about Cornishware that I ilke,
    couldn't tell you what it is though!

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  52. WOW, WOW, WOW!!! This is the perfect Jug for my mother in laws new kitchen!!

    Truth is though, if I won, Id keep it for myself, its too cute!! hee hee hee

    please enter me in your fab competition

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  53. I absolutely love Cornishware but might have to fight off my best mate if she saw these

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  54. Love the blue and white stripes!

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  55. They are perfect for the gravy to go with my cornish pasty

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  56. I love your jugs (oh err missus, you know what I mean), thanks for running the competition :-)

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  57. I love Cornishware - please include me in the draw.

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  58. Oh those are so pretty! Would love them.

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  59. I love Cornishware... I ve been collecting TG Green since my grandma left me her (well used) collection

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  60. love these jugs!! such classics - @stephie_xox

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  61. I LOVE Cornishware, reminds me of Amos and Mr Wilkes of Emmerdale back in the day, ha ha. Good luck all!

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  62. These look so lovely, perfect to fill with cream to go with homemade cakes:)

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  63. Cornishware so timeless and classic

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  64. that is a lovely pair of jugs! great prize
    @jessies_online

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  65. Who can resist the cheerful Cornishware stripes?

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  66. I love Cornishware, it's so simple and pretty

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  67. my mother had these when we were children

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  68. Cornishware - can u believe it ever went out of fashion - love it! xx

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  69. very pretty

    smithee92@hotmail.com

    isabelle x

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  70. i love this style it so traditional

    @lyndac1234

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  71. absolutley gorgeous

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  72. I love cornishwear, the jugs look lovely

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  73. Love the jugs. Would go perfectly with rest of my kitchen

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  74. these are really lovely. I'd have to start collecting the whole set if I won though! @lowie79

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  75. I've followed, tweeted, liked on facebook (page and blog post)

    Facebook - SJ Wesley
    Twitter - @samanthawesley

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  76. This is a great prize, thanks for doing the giveaway!

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  77. I remember my mum having a jug like these, I'd love to win one.

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  78. I'm going to start cooking and baking a lot after I have moved house this year. So these jugs would be ideal for milk, cream etc.

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  79. amazing giveaway

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  80. Joanna Coleshill5 February 2012 at 07:50

    Fab prize, I'd be so chuffid to win!

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  81. Lovely prize. Thinking they would make a really nice prezzie!

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  82. This would be a lovely reminder of our Cornish holiday last year... now I just need to learn how to make scones .... hmmmm... :D

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  83. I bought coffee and sugar jars just last week, so 2 jugs would be more than welcome

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  84. I love these jugs Beth.

    Right off to check out the 'copter

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  85. Please enter me, these would look fab on the breakfast table!

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  86. please enter me, would love to win this xx

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  87. These would be great for my nursery school kitchen. We are always running out of jugs at snack time and love the stripey design.

    Twitter id @janey0142

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  88. These would be great for my nursery school kitchen. We are always running out of jugs at snack time and love the stripey design.

    Twitter id @janey0142

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  89. I might make a cornish cream tea to go with those lovely jugs if i win :-)

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  90. Love cornishware and remember my gran having it when i was a child.

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  91. Lovely prize, thank you :o)

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  92. Great giveaway. These would be perfect for my Mum's kitchen and she needs a bit of cheering up right now :)

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  93. Oh yes please. Particularly love the red and white, but I grew up with the blue and white and would just love those jugs.

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  94. love cornishware have been collecting for years

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  95. My parents always said they'd retire to Cornwall. Having been retired for over ten years, they're still in Birmingham. My mom won't leave her ever expanding clan of grand-babies and my dad won't leave his beloved football team. I'd love to give them these jugs so they could have the Cornish blue skies everyday without having to even leave the house.

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  96. Lovely jugs! Would look stunning in my kitchen :)

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  97. It is lovely. Count me in, please

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  98. I love this stuff. My granny used to have a few pieces of Cornish ware in the 1960s, no ideas what happened to it.

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  99. I have always loved Cornishware. Unfortunately don't own any though. Please enter me @WeeWillieWilkie

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  100. great giveaway, I really love Cornishware

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  101. These are lovely! Would love to win one! :)

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  102. Enter me please! Great prize.

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  103. Would love to take these home to Cornwall!

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  104. Lovely items

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  105. I love the 'unmistakeableness' (yep, I made that word up) of Cornishware. Such a classic, cosy design.

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  106. It's always nice to have good quality jugs around the house!!

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  107. Very nice prize. Could do with some of tose jugs in my kitchen.

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  108. love these jugs colourways alway cheers me up

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  109. Adrian Trevelyan6 February 2012 at 13:09

    There's nothing like a bit of Cornishware!

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  110. I taught junior high students with learning disabilities and helped them
    overcome their reading problems, but they still could not spell well.
    I have to admit that I am a culprit of a few of these.
    It's funny that I didn't realize until now that I was making a mistake!
    Thanks for the post. Here's to a better-spelled 2012.

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  111. Those look interesting. Keep posting.

    chester
    www.imarksweb.org

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  112. Love it! Very interesting topics, I hope the incoming comments and suggestion are equally positive. Thank you for sharing this information that is actually helpful.


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