Wedgwood Pennine was a hugely popular oven-to-tableware dinner service in the 1960s and 1970s.
It has that very English “country rustic” look and feel about it – but unlike much other British dinnerware of the era was very tough and durable, and can still be found quite easily in excellent condition.
Pennine was produced from 1965-1971.
On the excellent Wedgwood Museum website I found the following history of the design…. Read more