Denby was founded in 1809 by British entrepreneur William Bourne and his son, Joseph. Their salt-glazed pottery became popular across England for its shiny brown appearance. Over the years Denby added more colorful glazes to its pottery pieces, which eventually migrated to the American consumer mark ... Read More et. In the 1950s, Denby added tableware pieces to its line of stoneware, pottery, baking dishes, and dinnerware sets. By 1970, Denby developed a new technology: oven-safe tableware. The innovation of Oven to Tableware diminished the need for separate dishes for baking and serving. Denby continues to provide ceramic tableware, bakeware, and dinnerware for kitchens across the nation. Denby dinnerware comes in multiple patterns and lines, such as Truffle, Fire, Imperial Blue, and Jet. It's designed for everyday home use for serving and eating. Denby's four-piece dinnerware sets include a dinner plate, salad plate, soup bowl, and mug. The Denby Duets dinnerware line features two different glaze colors on the inside and outside of dishes. Denby stoneware includes casserole dishes, oblong and oval baking dishes, and ramekins. Denby carries cast-iron griddles, pans, and casserole pots that are oven-, dishwasher-, and freezer-safe. Kitchen utensils such as spatulas, tongs, and oven gloves are available in Azure, Cherry, Jet, and Imperial Blue styles. Denby pottery and dinnerware pieces are safe and stylish for preparing, baking, and serving meals.