All of our Belleek's Giftware marks, with minor exceptions, include symbols which are unmistakably Irish — The Irish Wolfhound with head turned to face the Round Tower believed to be modelled on Fermanagh's own Devenish Round Tower, the Irish Harp and sprigs of shamrock which border the ends of the banner at base of each design and carries the single word Belleek. The colour of the mark during this period was predominantly black but other colours were used, amongst them red, blue, orange, green, brown, and pink. Some pieces of Belleek also carry the British Patent Office registration mark which gives the date of registration, not the date the piece was manufactured. During this period Belleek also used impressed mark, with the words "Belleek,CO.
This selection of Belleek comprises a pair of Aberdeen vases, a small forget-menot trinket box, a pair of flowered spill vases, a pair of flowered menu holders and a flowered boudoir candlestick.
A three-dimensional plaster or clay model is created from the design drawings. This is an accurate reproduction of the design showing every intricate detail and surface relief. Master Mould.
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