02 December 2013

Giveaway #15 - 12 Days of Christmas Giveaway Bonanza - £50 Cornishware Voucher


For giveaway fifteen I'm offering one lucky reader £50 worth of Cornishware.

Cornishware

"Back in 1926, T.G.Green began producing its famous kitchenware in Church Gresley, Derbyshire – a county famous for its pottery – using a nifty lathe-turning technique that scraped blue slip away from its beautiful ceramics to reveal white bands of clay beneath. Those stripes reminded an employee of the blue skies and white-crested waves of Cornwall, which is how Cornishware got its name." 

All authentic Cornishware bears a shieldmark , so you know you have the genuine article.

So what is available in Cornishware?
  • Mugs
  • Plates
  • Cups
  • Teapots
  • Bowls 
  • Jugs
  • Cookware
  • Tableware
  • Storage
  • Personalised Goods
And it even comes in red now!

I love it all. I am so tempted by the red, but want to build up my collection of blue first. I wonder which colour you would choose?

Would you like to own some of this iconic homeware?

Just leave me a comment telling me if you would choose traditional blue or if you would choose the more modern red, then enter using the rafflecopter box below.

This giveaway is UK only and runs until 1 January 2013, the winner will be announced the next day.

Good Luck!

a Rafflecopter giveaway


Make sure you don't miss out on all the other giveaways in my Bonanza. Have a look at what's on offer:
  1. £100 BHS Voucher
  2. Black Dog Deli Hamper
  3. Cadburys Hamper
  4. 2 Sets of Cookbooks (Save withJamie by Jamie Oliver & My Little French Kitchen by Rachel Khoo)
  5. £100 VeryCook Voucher
  6. Framed Basil Art Print fromEasyArt
  7. 1 Year’s Supply of PremiumVanilla Products from Taylor & Colledge
  8. 3 Cookbooks (Chocolat by Eric Lanlard, The Vintage Sweets Book by Angel Adoree & How to Make your Own Drinks by Susy Atkins)
  9. Silver Retro Lobby Phone from Red Candy
  10. Yeo Valley Hamper and Cookbook
  11. Fun Kitchen Collection from find-me-a-gift.co.uk
  12. £100 Joules Voucher
  13. Cargo Baking Set
  14. Festive Drinks for Two Hamper from Whittard
  15. £50 Cornishware Voucher
  16. Whisk Breakfast Hamper
  17. 3 x 250g tins of Premium Cuban Coffee (ground orbean) from Alma de Cuba worth £60
  18. Cooks & Co Hamper
  19. Yors Hamper
  20. 50 Luxe Business Cards or 100 Classic BusinessCards from Moo
  21. Small Chocolatier’s Table from Hotel Chocolat(It’s a huge 915g) worth £65


Disclosure: TTGreen sent me a set of bowls for review purposes and they are providing a £50 voucher for the winner. I was not expected to write a positive review and any opinions expressed are my own.

196 comments:

  1. Ooooooh! Tricky! The blue is lovely, but our current kitchen is red, so I think I'd go for red.

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  2. Traditional Blue!

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  3. No questions - traditional blue! x

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  4. love the blue, but think the red would go better with my kitchen :)

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  5. blue is lovely but red is a favourite colour - blue? red? blue? RED!

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  6. I actually love both, but my favourite colour would be red

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  7. I like the red- brings modern and traditional together.

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  8. Blue as it is my favourite colour.

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  9. Red please

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  10. I already have two red cornishware cups, but I like both equally!

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  11. Most definitely red - it looks so vibrant!

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  12. Blue is my favourite. However, I had not realised you could get it in red, so that does leave me at a disadvantage!

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  13. Oh, these are so cute, with all the stripes! Not that I'm at all in need of one dish more, but these are wonderful in blue - not that I'd turn up my nose at the red (the kitchen table is red).

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  14. Red for absolute sure. Have been trying to win some for years with no success, so I finally gave in a few months ago and bought 6 side plates as seconds. Now I just need ......

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  15. Blue I don't know why I just think it looks much better :)

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  16. Red is my favourite colour, but when I think of Cornishware I see blue.

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  17. I like the red better, but it wouldn't go with anything in my kitchen.

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  18. I think red - I was given a piece last year and it looks really good in the kitchen.

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  19. I prefer blue - to match my kitchen - which is blue to match my grandmother's vintage Kenwood mixer which I inherited from her. Vohn x

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  20. Definatley Blue Very Beautiful would match my icecream pink & Blue Kitchen

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  21. Oh gosh, I think at this time of year, Red

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  22. Red, though I have some blue too.

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  23. Red. It goes better with my Black & White kitchen.

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  24. I prefer red (I have lots of red in my home)

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  25. Hard to chose! I've always liked the blue but I think the red would suit our kitchen more (as we have a red microwave & a few other red accessories).

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  26. I love both, and had a couple of mugs in both colours.

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  27. I would go for the red.

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  28. I love the blue version
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  29. Gorgeous as the blue is I'd get it in red for my mum to match her kitchen

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  30. Red is my favourite colour so its no contest for me!

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  31. Blue for me please. Fingers fed.

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  32. Blue for me please. Fingers fed.

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  33. The traditional blue is my favourite

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  34. The red is really vibrant.

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  35. If you are going to have a classic then there is no choice but the traditional blue :)

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  36. ooo I love the red but I love the blue

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  37. I love the blue. But i think red suits our red kitchen better

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  38. I think I'd go for traditional blue

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  39. Blue for me...perfect for my kitchen

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  40. I really like the blue but i have a red and cream kitchen

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  41. Love the blue but the red is so Christmassy x

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  42. There's a red wall in my kitchen, so red would be good! x

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  43. I thought blue (until I saw the red)...so definitely red, its really chic

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  44. Blue for me, please! Thanks for all the lovely giveaways :)

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  45. Red, to match my kettle and toaster! Jill Reid

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  46. Blue - love this sort of crockery

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  47. Adore the blue... but my kitchen is red, so I'd have to choose red every time!

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  48. Really love the new red range!

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  49. Blue, it's gorgeous! @mummiafelice

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  50. Like the majority of others... blue! Something nautical about it that appeals :)

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  51. I love the blue Cornishware - a friend of mine has 24 named blue Cornishware mugs - one for each of her grandchildren!

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  52. Blue (red and white stripes are not allowed in this house!)

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  53. I'd probably go for the traditional blue :-)

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  54. Blue! @Amezeylady

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  55. When it comes to kitchen items I usually have a preference for Red but in this instance I prefer the Cornishware in Blue.

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  56. Both are lovely but the red would brighten up my kitchen better :o)

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  57. Georgia McAllisterSunday, 15 December, 2013

    Blue, it looks so traditional.

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  58. Blue, it looks more traditional

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  59. Blue - I'm trying to build up my collection, such as it is...

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  60. Blue, like the sea!

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  61. I love the blue, I remember my nan having some!

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  62. Loving the red but I'd have to go with blue as I already have some from my grandmother.

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  63. I'd choose red please, to match my kitchen, lovely giveaway x
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  64. love them both but think the red would go better with the kitchen xx

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  65. Blue but also happy with the red!

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  66. I'd love the blue

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  67. Blue Cornishware, I have a big mixing bowl and a cup & saucer.

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  68. Tricky I love both, but at a push...blue.

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  69. I do like both, but as I have denby imperial blue at the moment, blue would mix in nicely with it.

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  70. Red - it would be perfect in my sister's kitchen!

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  71. blue, more traditional and classic looking - red is lovely too though!

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  72. I really like the traditional blue x

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  73. I would love to try the Red, would suit my colour scheme well :-)

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  74. I love them both but think the red is more suited to my kitchen

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  75. I think I'd like red but my husband would choose blue!

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  76. I love the blue. My great-gran had something similar in her kitchen and its just such an evocative piece of cookware.

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  77. red for Arsenal and Liverpool, mine and my boy's teams x

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  78. red, i was given the mugs as a xmas gift and they are lovely

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  79. Traditional blue.

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