This section will picture and describe bottles, jars, jugs, ashtrays,
matchholders and related items bearing the name "Whisky".
The South African collector may regard himself fortunate to have
even one or two of these items in his collection and even in the U.K.,
Whisky Jars are extremely rare and costly.
Jugs and Crocks
The Greybeard Heather Dew Whiskey
(H Kennedy Glasglow Potters Mark)
An unuasal green glazed slab sealed whisky jug.
R. Thorne & Sons Ltd / Greenock & London. Scotch Whisky
D & J Mc Callum's Perfection Scotch Whisky.
A Royal Doulton Dewar's Whisky Jug with sprigs.
A more recent (1953) Coronation commemorative
Whisky Jar (Brentleigh Ware Staffordshire England)
White Horse Whisky from the original recipe 1746.
A group of 3 Cruiskeen Lawn Mitchell's Old
Irish Whisky, notice the many differences in the transfers of
the bottles left and right.
These are the only Whisky jars one is likely to dig in South Africa
and they are found in various sizes with even a miniature having
A front and rear view of an Usher's Whisky Commemorative flask
celebrating the coronation of King George & Queen Mary. June
22nd 1911. Potter Copeland Tate Spode.
Note the rose, thistle and shamrock sprigs on neck, the Welsh
leek is absent.
Strange also to see "th" after V in George VTH