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Name: Shane Connor   Email: hidden
Date: 02 September 2006   Country: United States of America
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I collect anything with the leprechauns and toadstool's transfer on it!
Name: Gail Whitchurch   Email: hidden
Date: 29 August 2006   Country: United States of America
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Thanks for all your hard work on this, Harry and Peter. Just bought my first piece of Wade a couple of weeks ago. Hope to visit the exhibition.
Name: Robert Clayton   Email: hidden
Date: 28 August 2006   Country: Australia
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Having been a keen collector of Irish Wade for a number of years would love to make the trip Ireland for the Exhibition next year, also obtain the Wade Ireland book when it comes out.
Name: Morris Hickman   Email: hidden
Date: 22 August 2006   Country: Canada
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I was employed by Wades as a turner and worked along side Hendy Chambers who trained me. Hendy was well liked by all and considered "one of the best" .
Going to your website has brought back many fond memories for me.
In Canada I attend auctions were I often see Wade products offered for sale. I have a few pieces that were produced in my time at Wades but I often think of the many wonderful items with small defects,pinholes etc., that were broken up in the dump at the back of the factory.
Name: Laura Robertson   Email: hidden
Date: 25 July 2006   Country: United States of America
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I just bought my first pieces at a yard sale. 2 sets of Leaf dishes, one green set and one tan/brown set. I was looking to find some info on them and found this site. Very nice and exciting to see so many pieces. I will be looking to add more to my collection
Name: Jennifer (Borsey) McCann   Email: hidden
Date: 25 June 2006   Country: United Kingdom
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Jim Borsey (Snr) was my father. Grew up with Wade pieces around the house, A lot got broken when we were kids, wish I had them now. A few survived but I have started to collect again. I have been given quite a few pieces and have bought some through ebay. Also can still come across pieces at car boot sales. I'm looking forward to the book.
Nice to see my sister in law Anna has signed the Guest Book. would like to hear from her if she wants to get in touch with me. Good luck, Jennifer
Name: Arnold Lewis   Email: hidden
Date: 21 June 2006   Country: Ireland
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The pictures bring back so many wonderful memories of the days when B S Lewis Limited was (I think) the biggest distributor of Wade Irish Porcelain in the World!!

I recall selling the IP1 and IP2 Tankards, S11 three inch Leprechaun, the IP72/73 Sugar and Cream Set. These latter items my late Uncle, Barney Lewis, packaged with a set of Irish Coffee Glasses, with the original Shannon Recipe on them to make an Irish Coffee Set.

I am going to start looking for anything which may be connected with Wade's Portadown Factory, which might be useful for your book project.

Kindest Regards

Arnold Lewis
Dublin
Name: Peggy   Email: hidden
Date: 10 June 2006   Country: United States of America
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I have collected Wade I.P. for many years and I still love it, but will be moving to much smaller accomodations in about a year and sadly must part with it. If there are pieces any collector is hunting for, let me know and I'll see if we "match". (Also have MANY Wade tea ornaments).
Name: Karyl Miles   Email: hidden
Date: 08 June 2006   Country: United States of America
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Hello Harry and Cardwell,

Thank you for the nice sentiments towards my new website. I have always loved Wade Irish porcelain, and by the look of some of the photographs on your site, so do many others across the globe! Well done! Am looking forward to meeting yourselves and staff of Wade Co. Armagh at the book launch. Until then...Best Regards, Karyl
www.wadenewengland.com
Name: Ron   Email: hidden
Date: 28 May 2006   Country: Canada
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Always on the lookout for new pieces to add to my collection. It is pretty hard to find unique pieces near Toronto. Most places have mugs and tankards, but the hunt continues. I am very interested in seeing this book when completed to obtain a better understanding of the different pieces out in the world.

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