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    Posted 7 months ago

    yougottaha…
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    Looks like there was a few Stoneware companies in Scotland that made similar jugs for businesses in Scotland. Mine was made by HYKENNEDY Barrowfield Pottery Glasgow. William Wallace Co. made ???? if it was SCOTCH this Jug held a lot of it!!!! It's 18 inches high 11 inches wide!!! I've been looking what they made so far nothing. Any Help out there??
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    1. elanski elanski, 7 months ago
      I think it was a whisky jar.
      The internet says "William Wallace and Co were one of the principal spirit firms in Scotland, and makers of 'The Real Mackay' whisky"

      Also Kilmarnock is known to be a distilling town. Its where Johnny Walker whisky started.
    2. yougottahavestuff yougottahavestuff, 7 months ago
      Thanks elanski for the info!!! Braveheart would have to be pretty strong to rest that jug on his arm and elbow to take a sip!!! That's for all the loves!!!
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