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Name: Sheila Brockenbaugh   Email: hidden
Date: 11 January 2009   Country: United States of America
I have to mugs.. one is the old coach house-woolhampton and the other is the old coach house-bristol. They belonged to my deceased mother.
under the mugs it's signed WADE Ireland in red. I would like to know how
old they are.
Name: jonathan young   Email: hidden
Date: 22 November 2008   Country: United Kingdom
i also have some beer barrel wade ireland mugs and wondered how much they are worth does anyone know ?
Name: jonathan young   Email: hidden
Date: 22 November 2008   Country: United Kingdom
i also have some beer barrel wade ireland mugs and wondered how much they are worth does anyone know ?
Name: Sheldon Keeping   Email: hidden
Date: 17 November 2008   Country: Canada
I have a very interesting story. I live in Ontario now and have for the past 10 years. Prior to that I used to live in Newfoundland. On November 9th, 2008 my grandfather passed away at the age of 78. My parents went to Ramea, Newfoundland went to visit him and pay their respects. While at home my dad picked up a, what I call a candy dish, and told an interesting story of where the candy dish came from.
It was anywhere from 42 - 45 years ago my grandfather was walking along a shore in Ramea, Newfoundland when he picked up a corked bottle with an address in it. He couldn't get the cork out so he put the bottle in his pocket and kept walking. 100 yards from that he came across another bottle with the exact same note and a cork. He took the bottles home and opened them up and wrote to the adress that was on both the notes in the bottles. It was addressed to somewhere in Ireland. Not sure the address. It was sometime later he went to the Post Office and in the mail box was this candy dish from Ireland. So 42 -45 years later your product is still in our family and will remain that way for many years to come. On the candy dish was .. Made In Ireland. Wade Co Armagh... The verse on the candy dish went as such "Soon man will appear to have learned all. Even harnessed machines to do all his work. What then is he going to do? Perhaps relearn to enjoy the simple things. The blue of the sky , the beauty of green grass, the song of birds, tranquility, and bread and cheese with a bottle of guinness." I love that verse so that is why I am searching this web site tonight. Hope you are still in business.

Sheldon Keeping
35 Dundee Dr.
St. Catharines, ON
L2P 3S9
(905) 688 6925
Name: Linda Weekes   Email: hidden
Date: 24 October 2008   Country: Canada
I bought my first wade goblets as a poor university student in 1970 and have loved the pottery ever since. It gives me great pleasure every time I look at it,
Name: C E maitland   Email: hidden
Date: 15 August 2008   Country: Australia
Hi, I am Irish but have lived in Australia for over thirty years.I grew up in Portadown and we had a lot of wade in the home that we played with. I do not know what happened to all those pieces of Wade. I now have been collecting for several years and have quite a few pieces. Some I have found in markets and Opportunity shops. It is getting harder to find pieces here so when I go on a visit back to Ireland I buy up a lot there. I did not realize when I started to collect that so many people out there were collecting also. I will continue to look for Wade.
Name: Kim   Email: hidden
Date: 10 July 2008   Country: United Kingdom
I have a Wade 'beer barrel' mug (brown with silver bands). It must be 30 years+. It has a black stamp 'MADE IN IRELAND BY Wade'. Is there anyone out there that can tell me a bit about this mug? I would like to be able to pass it on to my daughter with a bit of 'history'.

Many thanks
Name: clint tuttle   Email: hidden
Date: 21 May 2008   Country: Canada
avid collector
Name: Kathy Cardno   Email: hidden
Date: 05 May 2008   Country: New Zealand
I first gave my mother the sugar and cream jug in the Mourne series when it first became available in New Zealand. We have tried to collect all the 16 pieces of the series over the years but the salt and pepper pieces have eluded us and we have the preserve pot without a lid. I would love to be able to complete the set for my mother as we have all the other pieces that we have purchased on ebay, trademe and in antique shops around NZ. My husband and I will be travelling to Ireland in July 2008 and I would be pleased to catch up with anyone who has a surplus of these items that I could purchase. We consider the Mourne series to be the most beautiful of the Irish Wade.
Name: Chris   Email: hidden
Date: 24 February 2008   Country: Canada
Great & Very interesting site as well as informative.I have been an avid collector of Irish Wade for some time now and will be till I cannot fill anymore cabinets .
Keep up the good work and a BIG Thank You to All that makes Wadeing possible.
God Bless

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