ISSUE 26  |  Farmhouse Style

Shopper’s Diary: Daylesford Farmshop in Gloucestershire

November 20, 2009 5:45 PM

BY Sarah Lonsdale

It takes a while to get your head around the fact that you are in the heart of the Gloucestershire countryside when you step inside the complex of buildings that make up Dayelsford’s Farmshop and Barn. It’s not just the well-heeled London patrons emerging from their Cotswold bolt holes but also the exquisitely manicured grounds and impeccably designed interiors that make you think Sloane Square rather than rolling English countryside. Pristine and bountiful is the general aura; for those not able to make the pilgrimage, Daylesford also has a newly expanded Online Shop

Above: Photos via Flickr, Jupiter Creative, and Daylesford.

Above: Daylesford Jars with acacia lids, from £9 to £16 depending on size.

Above: White Porcelain Bowls designed by one of Japan’s most renowned potters, Kazuo Yamada; £14 to £35 depending on size.

Above: Ash Round Platters, handcrafted in Provence from £14.50 to £22.95, depending on size.

Above: Daylesford’s oven-to-tableware black Ashton Casserole Dish is based on a traditional old English casserole pot design and is made from Banko-Yaki, a special Japanese clay with superior strength, safety, and heat resistance properties. The casserole can be used both on gas and electric stoves as well as in the oven; prices range from £29.50 to £75, depending on size.