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Saturday, March 20, 2010

Denby Pottery daily deal - Denby Pottery Harlequin Oblong Dish

Get the most out of your March Madness parties with this serving tray from Denby. This deal of the day is $24.99 (69% off the $80 retail price). Sale ends at midnight tonight (EST). March 20, 2010.

Hey! How’s your March Madness Bracket doing right now? Hope it hasn’t been decimated yet. It makes it harder to enjoy the games. If this is you, you might as well try to salvage it a bit by throwing a March Madness party of some kind. Give you something to look forward to.

And this time of year, with no other major holidays or events to give us comfort and joy, you need to suck all the goodness you can out of March Madness. Follow your bracket, talk about upsets with friends and co-workers, have March Madness Parties, and promise to shave your head if you don’t get the final four right (makes it really exciting when it’s an office-wide thing).

And when you have parties and get-togethers, even if you couldn’t care less about sports, you can still have a good time with friends, family, and co-workers. Make the most of it with today’s deal of the day, this Denby Serving Tray. It’s a stylish way to serve all those sporty finger foods that will elevate the event from “trashy sports party” to “epic competitive triumph.” And it's none too shabby in the oven or microwave to boot. Today only, you can get this daily deal at a 69% discount. So even if you lost the $50 because you thought “there’s no way Murray St. is going to beat Vanderbilt,” you can still afford to party in style.

Hard ceramic with blue exterior and red interior.
Oven, microwave, freezer and dishwasher safe.
Measures 13.5" x 7 1/2" with 3" depth. does not ship outside the USA and its territories. Shoppers from outside the USA may place orders for delivery within the United States. Product ships 3-7 business days after order.

About Brand

Denby Pottery Company Ltd is a British manufacturer of pottery, and is named after the village of Denby in Derbyshire.

Salt-glazed pottery was first produced at Denby in 1809 by local businessman William Bourne. He passed the enterprise on to his son Joseph Bourne, whose name the pottery then took and under whose management the business grew to become highly successful.

The company, whose name is now principally associated with stoneware, initially produced bottles and jars, before specializing in kitchenware and, eventually, in tableware, for which it is best known today.

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