Wade Ceramics produces 2,022 limited edition gluggle pitchers to mark Queen’s Platinum Jubilee

A Stoke-on-Trent ceramics manufacturer has produced a limited edition version of one of its most famous products to mark the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.

Etruria-based Wade Ceramics is renowned for its famous gluggle pitcher – a fish-shaped water pitcher that emits a “gurgle” sound when poured.

Today, the company produced 2,022 limited-edition gluggle pitchers to celebrate Queen Elizabeth’s 70-year reign.

Inspired by the official royal crest, the specially commissioned coin is presented in a dark purple color and decorated with the celebratory seal.

The collectible comes with its own unique Certificate of Authenticity and is individually hand numbered. They are now available to pre-order for £70.

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Paul Farmer, Managing Director of Wade Ceramics, said: “We are delighted to announce the newest addition to our family, the Limited Edition Platinum Jubilee Gluggle Pitcher and in doing so send our heartfelt congratulations to Her Majesty The Queen.

“When creating this commemorative coin, we strived to produce a gluggle jug fit for royalty, and we believe we’ve done just that.

“We’ve limited production to just 2,022 pieces and have painstakingly worked to match the colors of the official Jubilee emblem exactly – it’s no easy task.

“The pitchers are now in production and will be ready to ship throughout June. We hope this addition to the gluggle pitcher line will be cherished for years to come.”

Wade Ceramics gluggle jugs are not unknown to Her Majesty. A pair of bespoke jugs were given to the Royal Family during a visit to Britannia Naval College in 1958.

Visit the original gluggle jug website for more information.

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