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The Langley Pottery had a chequered history being alligned with Lovatts in their early days and finding themselves taken over by Denby at the end of its life.

Not surprisingly, many of its tablewares bore more than a passing resemblence to the pottery of Lovatts. Most familiar are their pastel blue and yellow coffee and tea pots.

In the fifties they revamped the shape of their tableware with the introduction of Lucerne: A bulbous shape for teapots, cups, sugar and soup bowls. The most common colourway was mink and pale blue, although it was also produced in grey and claret.

Lucerne mink egg dishes could also be found in aluminium egg poachers and you can find one in our Poaching section.

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