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Win a selection of Doris & Co homeware worth over £150!

10:49 02 December 2015

Dois and Co teapot

Dois and Co teapot

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Great British Life is offering a selection of homeware – including a creamware teapot, mug, jug, oven dish and a cheese board – worth over £150 to one lucky reader

Doris and Co mugDoris and Co mug

Update your crockery cupboard for the New Year with this fabulous selection of Georgian-inspired homeware. Doris and Co, traditional English pottery maker, is offering a creamware mug, teapot, jug and oven dish and a cheeseboard in the stylish ‘old friends are best’ design.

Devoted to making English pottery and home wares using old fashioned methods, Doris and Co use only the finest quality raw materials and patient craftsmanship to create house wares of beauty and utility.

Doris and Co oval oven dishDoris and Co oval oven dish

If you can’t wait to get your hands on one, the full range is available to purchase from Great British Life online.

Great British Life is committed to supporting the heritage and future of British designers and manufacturers. Visit the shop to view thousands of products that have been designed or made in the British Isles.

Entries close on the 31st December 2015 at 8pm.

To be in with a chance of winning this amazing prize, click here.

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