Charm your guest with this romantic and useful Belleek creamer and sugar with a very, very pale yellow iridescent lining.
This is the Third Black Mark meaning it was made between 1926 - 1946.
The small pottery village of Belleek in Fermanagh County, Ireland had local clay deposits the produced exceptionally translucent goods. It became known as Parian, a soft, mother of pearl glow that became associated with Belleek China.
The world took notice and since 1853, Belleek has been prized.
The creamer's measurements are 2.5" wide, 3" high and 3" from spout to handle. The sugar bowl is 3.5" in diameter, 3" from rim to rim and 2" high.
This Irish porcelain is in excellent condition. There are no chips, cracks or crazing. You may buy with confidence.
The price also includes free Priority Mail shipping within the US, free gift wrapping and free shipping insurance.
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We specialize in custom orders for resellers all over the world. Contact us to discuss the details.
We no longer sell to China or the Middle East. Although the people are lovely, we have had too many delivery problems.
We ship within the continental US for free. For other areas, the order is sent via First Class International Mail with the US Post Office or with Global Shipping, a company that works with Etsy.
Of course, we are happy to work with large orders. Contact us through messages and explain your needs.
Do not wash any of the china in the dishwasher. It may cause crazing if boiling water is poured directly into the cup. These are not made for microwave use either.
We do not know the exact materials used in the china. We are selling them as decorative items.
We offer free gift wrapping on most items. It is mentioned in the listing.