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Emma Bridgewater alternatives?

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HelloGabriel Mon 23-Oct-17 14:25:52

My aunt’s birthday is on the horizon (a big one). She loves cooking and baking but Emma Bridgewater is so huge at the moment I’m conscious of getting her something she already has.

I’d also like to get her something a bit different as it seems the world and his wife has a kitchen-full of EB.

Can anyone recommend any other pottery/ceramics?

leeloo1 Mon 23-Oct-17 14:52:32

Not EB, but I was in tk maxx last week and they had lots of le creuset bits in there.

Sgtmajormummy Mon 23-Oct-17 15:13:30

Mason Cash has had a revival so there are lots of quirky bits for baking in their beige and white style. I bought a gingerbread kit for DD with boy-girl decorations around the bowl. About £20 IIRC.
There are measuring cups/jugs I nearly got, too...

winewolfhowls Mon 23-Oct-17 16:20:39

Sophie Allport I think it's called has some lovely stuff

Troubleinstore Mon 23-Oct-17 16:27:35

Susie Watson stuff is lovely

BusterTheBulldog Mon 23-Oct-17 16:29:51

Sophie Allport stuff is lovely!

Blackandpurple Mon 23-Oct-17 16:34:09

Portmeirion stuff?

NotAgainYoda Mon 23-Oct-17 16:49:37

Look at Lakeland for baking stuff. I don't bake myself but it's got some interesting stuff

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