Wade Ceramics (England) 'Harmony' 12" Footed Bowl, Model #439 | Circa 1957 *RARE FIND*
Wade Ceramics is a manufacturer of porcelain and earthenware, headquartered in Stoke-on-Trent, England. Its products include animal figures for its Collectors Club, whisky flagons, and a variety of industrial ceramics.
The company was established in 1867 in Burslem, England. It originally comprised several different companies founded by various members of the Wade family, and was only finally united as Wade Potteries Limited in 1958.
You can read more about the history of Wade Ceramics, here:
We're excited to be able to offer this incredible piece - a 12" footed bowl from the 'Harmony' range, released in 1957. We believe this was model #439 in the series. It was one from a small series of pieces in the collection. A variety of two-tone colour options were made, including this stunning pink and grey combination.
This piece measures 14cm tall x 31cm long x 11cm wide. It is in great to excellent vintage condition with very little surface wear. It has some very light crazing, which honestly, is barely noticeable. As a bonus it still has its original paper foil label intact.
An incredible piece - one that fits the bill when it comes to the atomic design of the mid-century era.