Wade Ceramics (England) 'Scotch' Barrel/Decanter | Circa 1960s (Option #1)
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.
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A fabulous 1960s scotch barrel/decanter, made by Wade Pottery England.
Shows some light signs of wear, as per the pictures - light signs of crazing, some wear to the cork. Overall good to great condition and still very usable, or a wonderful display piece for a home bar or bar cart.
Measure approx 12cm tall x 11cm wide x 6cm deep.
The last picture shows a collection of barrels/decanters we currently have available; each sold separately.