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Antique Belleek pieces are booming today on the collector’s market thanks to this rich heritage of Irish artistry.
Beloved by porcelain fans for their Parian-perfect finish and intricate detail work, Belleek pieces come in a range of motifs to satisfy any style or budget.
The following decade at that same exhibition, Belleek wares caught the eye of England’s Queen Victoria, who subsequently ordered her own service by the makers.
By the turn of the century the company had shifted its focus to pearly white Parian porcelain, so named for its smooth finish akin to the luminous marble from ancient Paros, Greece.
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Belleek’s international business was booming by the early decades of the 1900s, so much so that American porcelain companies tried to emulate the Irish factory’s ingenuity (these “American Belleek” producers were eventually drummed out of business).
As time marched on, the hand craftsmanship that had been credited to the brand for generations began to fade.
Gracing the quarters of Queen Victoria to the tables of today, authentic Irish Belleek pottery exudes an unrivaled delicacy.
Belleek is a beloved collector’s item in the contemporary market thanks to both its brilliant beauty and fascinating legacy that traces back to one of the darkest moments in Irish history.