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Vintage Wade Ireland Porcelain, Nova Scotia Mug

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4 3/4" tall. 2 spots worn on the silver.


The history of Irish Wade Pottery began in 1946 when it was made under the name Wade Ulster. It was located in Portadown, County Armagh, Province of Ulster, Northern Ireland. Irish Wade was integrated as a subsidiary of George Wade & Sons, Ltd. During the 1950's, the factory produced die pressed ceramic insulators and the pottery was made to help repair England from the damage left after World War II.

By 1953, there was no longer a need for such large quantities of industrial ceramics so the company began searching for another product to make. At this time, the first Irish Wade Pottery pieces were produced as Wade Ulster entered into the ornamental pottery field.

The company gave the pottery its own backstamp to differentiate it from Wade England, whose mark was an owl on the back of a hand. Wade Ireland was stamped 'Irish Porcelain Made in Ireland' with a picture of a shamrock.

The Irish Wade started to become more distinctive and very different from the English Wade. Their tankards and steins were exceptionally popular with the beautiful speckled blue, green and gray glazes.
4 3/4" tall. 2 spots worn on the silver.


The history of Irish Wade Pottery began in 1946 when it was made under the name Wade Ulster. It was located in Portadown, County Armagh, Province of Ulster, Northern Ireland. Irish Wade was integrated as a subsidiary of George Wade & Sons, Ltd. During the 1950's, the factory produced die pressed ceramic insulators and the pottery was made to help repair England from the damage left after World War II.

By 1953, there was no longer a need for such large quantities of industrial ceramics so the company began searching for another product to make. At this time, the first Irish Wade Pottery pieces were produced as Wade Ulster entered into the ornamental pottery field.

The company gave the pottery its own backstamp to differentiate it from Wade England, whose mark was an owl on the back of a hand. Wade Ireland was stamped 'Irish Porcelain Made in Ireland' with a picture of a shamrock.

The Irish Wade started to become more distinctive and very different from the English Wade. Their tankards and steins were exceptionally popular with the beautiful speckled blue, green and gray glazes.

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Vintage Wade Ireland Porcelain, Nova Scotia Mug

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  • Vintage item from the 1960s
  • Material: porcelain
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