Diane is a pattern of porcelain dishes made by Wade Fine China of Japan. The pattern was produced in the 1970s and has been retired, as of 2014. The Diane pattern includes a light-blue floral design with beige-and-silver accents.
The Wade Group of Potteries began in the 1800s in England. The company merged with several other pottery companies in the early 1900s to become George Wade & Son, Ltd. The Wade company is best known for making small figurines that were given away as promotional items. The company also produced porcelain as a component of gas heating systems and ceramic tiles.