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    Posted 3 years ago

    gingerakes…
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    Cannot figure out any information on this...any help?
    How old...who made...where to find info on?
    It looks like transfer ware, and the glazing inside is unique...but the blue roses don't really jive with Nikka Whisky?

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    1. gingerakesler gingerakesler, 3 years ago
      Sorry, I forgot to give dimensions:
      6" tall
      3-1/4" base
      4" rim (to tip of spout)
      holds 24 ounces

      no markings
    2. Gillian, 3 years ago
      http://www.nikka.com/eng/

      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nikka_Whisky_Distilling
    3. Celiene Celiene, 3 years ago
      That is a water pitcher to add water to the whiskey.
    4. Celiene Celiene, 3 years ago
      It can't be older than 1940, when the first Nikka whiskey was sold. He married a Scottish girl, so maby the roses refer to her?

      http://www.nikka.com/eng/founder/
    5. Celiene Celiene, 3 years ago
      Doing a google image search does not return another one! It's pretty rare. You can contact the company and ask them. They may want it for their historical record!
    6. gingerakesler gingerakesler, 3 years ago
      Thanks everyone! I too tried to do a Google Image search, with no luck. Honestly, this piece is so beautiful in person...I am in love with it, and it's just the simplest little thing! I would like to find out more on it, if possible...so, I do believe I'll try to contact the company.

      Thanks again...I'll keep you posted!

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