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Bally-Whim Irish Village was similar to the Whimsey-on-Why English House collection and consisted of eight Irish village houses.Whimtrays were little butter type dishes made by Irish Wade pottery in 1985.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 pieces were decorated in black with a single burnt orange flower motif and leaf imprinting.
Offered in the traditional dinner plate size of 8 1/2 inch diameter. This set, new, would currently would retail for 0....
Wade Ulster also produced a shamrock pottery series.
This was a small series including an Irish comical pig or a pink comical elephant.
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.