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If it’s good enough for Royalty, it’s good enough for us! The Royal Families of Europe’ knew fine china, and as wealthy porcelain connoisseurs, the Royal’s were a huge fan of Belleek Pottery, still going strong today as the oldest craft pottery line in Ireland. Belleek Pottery’s story began in 1849, in County Fermanagh, Ireland, when John Caldwell Bloomfield was a kind young man trying to create jobs for the impoverished tenants on his father’s estate. He was an amateur mineralogist, and realized the land was rich with minerals that could be fired into porcelain. Belleek Pottery was born.

The exquisite porcelain produced was famously quite thin, slightly iridescent, and delicately hand-painted, and the techniques used were eventually passed down from generation to generation. We have Belleek Pottery designs on plates, vases, teapots, mugs, jugs, trinkets and photo frames – beautiful heirlooms all!

If it’s good enough for Royalty, it’s good enough for us! The Royal Families of Europe’ knew fine china, and as wealthy porcelain connoisseurs, the Royal’s were a huge fan of Belleek Pottery, still going strong today as the oldest craft pottery line in Ireland. Belleek Pottery’s story began in 1849, in County Fermanagh, Ireland, when John Caldwell Bloomfield was a kind young man trying to create jobs for the impoverished tenants on his father’s estate. He was an amateur mineralogist, and realized the land was rich with minerals that could be fired into porcelain. Belleek Pottery was born.

The exquisite porcelain produced was famously quite thin, slightly iridescent, and delicately hand-painted, and the techniques used were eventually passed down from generation to generation. We have Belleek Pottery designs on plates, vases, teapots, mugs, jugs, trinkets and photo frames – beautiful heirlooms all!

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  • Belleek Claddagh 10oz Mug X2 ExclusivelyIrish.com

    Belleek Claddagh 10oz Mug X2

    $29.00
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  • Claddagh Beverage Pot ExclusivelyIrish.com

    Belleek Claddagh Beverage Pot

    $180.00
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  • Belleek Claddagh Cream Condiment Jug ExclusivelyIrish.com

    Belleek Claddagh Cream Condiment Jug

    $70.00
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  • Belleek Claddagh Sugar/Condiment Bowl ExclusivelyIrish.com

    Belleek Claddagh Sugar/Condiment Bowl

    $75.00
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  • Belleek Dad Mug ExclusivelyIrish.com

    Belleek Classic Dad Mug

    $45.00
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  • Belleek Classic Daisy Trinket Box B1936 ExclusivelyIrish.com

    Belleek Classic Daisy Trinket Box

    $49.99
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  • Belleek Classic Harp Shamrock Teapot B0255 ExclusivelyIrish.com

    Belleek Classic Harp Shamrock Teapot

    $164.99
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  • Belleek Classic Kylemore 7" Vase ExclusivelyIrish.com

    Belleek Classic Kylemore 7″ Vase

    $48.99
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  • Belleek Classic Shamrock 9.5" Mixing Bowl B1316 ExclusivelyIrish.com

    Belleek Classic Shamrock 9.5″ Mixing Bowl

    $65.00
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  • Belleek Classic Shamrock Lace Pierced Votive B4354 ExclusivelyIrish.com

    Belleek Classic Shamrock Lace Pierced Votive

    $39.00
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  • Belleek Him & Her Mug Set ExclusivelyIrish.com

    Belleek Him & Her Mug Set

    $75.00
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  • Belleek Shamrock Cup & Saucer B0004 ExclusivelyIrish.com

    Belleek Shamrock Cup & Saucer

    $90.00
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If it’s good enough for Royalty, it’s good enough for us! The Royal Families of Europe’ knew fine china, and as wealthy porcelain connoisseurs, the Royal’s were a huge fan of Belleek Pottery, still going strong today as the oldest craft pottery line in Ireland. Belleek Pottery’s story began in 1849, in County Fermanagh, Ireland, when John Caldwell Bloomfield was a kind young man trying to create jobs for the impoverished tenants on his father’s estate. He was an amateur mineralogist, and realized the land was rich with minerals that could be fired into porcelain. Belleek Pottery was born.

The exquisite porcelain produced was famously quite thin, slightly iridescent, and delicately hand-painted, and the techniques used were eventually passed down from generation to generation. We have Belleek Pottery designs on plates, vases, teapots, mugs, jugs, trinkets and photo frames – beautiful heirlooms all!

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