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Learn about Belleek

The Belleek porcelain factory was founded in County Fermanagh in Northern Ireland about 1849, after landowner John Caldwell Bloomfield inherited his father's estate, and undertaking a geological survey, discovered the area was rich in minerals.

Bloomfield went into partnership with a London architect and a Dublin merchant and set up a pottery business to provide work for the tenant farmers whose lives had been decimated by the Irish potato famine.

The construction of the pottery commenced in 1858, and it included a railway line to the works, so coal could be delivered for the kilns.

The company commenced producing domestic wares, but it wasn't until 1863 that small quantities of the translucent ivory-looking porcelain for which Belleek is famous, were produced.

Belleek was popular with Queen Victoria and was displayed at the great 19th century exhibitions, and enjoyed a large export market.

Typical Belleek items include figures, vases, dishes, eggshell-thin tea services, and baskets, often with delicate open lattice-work. Marine motifs were commonly used including Neptune, shells, seaweed, mermaids, dolphins and coral and wares. more...The history of the factory's output can be identified by the type and colour of the marks. A black mark was in use from 1863 to 1946 and this was superseded by a green mark. The green mark continued in use until 1980, and this was followed by a series of colours used for only short periods: gold from 1980 to 1992; dark blue from 1993 to 1996; light blue from 1997 to 1999; black again in 2000; green from 2001 to 2006; black in 2007 and then brown from 2008 onwards.

The company has changed ownership a number of times since 1884, by which time the three original owners had died, and is currently owned by Irish born American entrepreneur, Dr George G. Moore. Belleek has rebranded from the ornamental porcelain with shamrocks for which it is famous to more commercial everyday pottery through its Belleek Living range.

When buying, condition should always be checked, as Belleek objects are easily damaged due to the delicacy of the designs.

A Bing and Grundal vase, 16 cm high, a Wedgwood jasper box and cover, made in England, 9.5 cm wide, two Coalport shell dishes, and a Belleek green mark figure of a leprechaun seated on a toadstool, 13 cm high.

A Belleek porcelain ribbon vase, c.1930, known as a ribbon vase, the classical form, moulded with a ribbon motif, adorned with highly detailed flowers & lustre glaze over porcelain, a few small chips & a repair to rim, height 20 cm

Two Victorian/Edwardian vases and an early Belleek bowl, 19th to early 20th century, 1863-1891 first black mark period Belleek, two moulded earthenware vases with applied handles, one with a transferware, figural scene to a cartouche…

A Belleek 'Prince Arthur' vase, 1891-1926, Second black mark period, of typical form with a trumpet neck and boat shaped body with scrolling integral handles upon a moulded pedestal foot…

Two Belleek seahorse flower holders, 1891-1926, Second black mark period, the pair of part horses with webbed hooves issuing cornucopia and raised upon wavy rectangular bases, in a pearl finish; printed mark underside, height 9 cm, width 12.5 cm

A large Belleek shell vase Upon a green base, 1891-1926, Second black mark period, a well modelled drill shell vase supported upon a tripod grass green coral base, in a pearlised finish with green tints to the lips; printed mark to one foot, height 23 cm

A novelty Belleek fish spill vase, 1863-1890, first black mark period and registration pad, an upright open-mouthed fish rising out of the waves, with fine scales in relief and a magnificent set of fins, with a pearl lustre finish to the head…

A rare Belleek coloured seahorse flower holder, 1863-1890, first period impressed mark, not inked, a part horse with web feet in a brown matte glaze issuing a cornucopia and raised upon wavy rectangular base, with restrained gilt enrichments…

An impressive large Belleek four trumpet 'Marine' epergne vase, 1926-1946, third black mark period, the centrepiece with moulded trumpets, fluted edges and three scallop shell bowls…

A floral encrusted Belleek 'Aberdeen' jug, 1965-1980 with third green mark, in cream colours throughout the ewer style jug of moulded conical shape with a scrolling handle and a forked mount; backstamp underside, height 19 cm

Belleek porcelain vase, with spreading lip and baluster body, decorated with grape vine motifs in yellow on a white ground, green mark, height 17.5 cm

Belleek twin handled vase, with crenulated lip above a baluster body, decorated with shell motifs and flanked by classical dolphin handles, black mark, height 15.5 cm

Belleek porcelain vase, with scalloped lip, above lobbed body, decorated with shell motifs in a pink tint on circular foot, brown mark, height 19.5 cm

Belleek 'Rose Isle' vase ivory-glazed with a scalloped rim tapering to an urn-form body flanked by scrolled handles extending to floral decorations applied to body, on one side a bouquet of roses and on the other a spray of carnations…

Two pairs of Belleek vases, a flower pair and an owl pair, 1965-1980, 6th period mark or 3rd green mark (flower pair); and 1980-1992, 7th period brown mark (owl pair)…

An Irish Belleek, mythical dolphin and shell vase, late 19th / early 20th century, with printed factory mark 1891-1926. Height 19.2 cm

A Belleek porcelain vase, 19th century base formed by two dolphins intertwining, with applied snail and butterfly decoration, first black mark (1863-1890) 30.5 cm high, (losses)

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Antique Belleek

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Belleek Pottery Made in Ireland for Over 150 Years

Date Your Belleek

Belleek 1st Stamp

1st Mark 1863-1891

Belleek 2nd Stamp

2nd Mark 1891-1926

Belleek 3rd Stamp

3rd Mark 1926-1946

Belleek 4th Stamp

4th Mark 1946-1955

Belleek 5th Stamp

5th Mark 1955-1965

Belleek 6th Stamp

6th Mark 1965-1980

Belleek 7th Stamp

7th Mark 1980-1993

Belleek 8th Stamp

8th Mark 1993-1997

Belleek 9th Stamp

9th Mark 1997-2000

Belleek 10th Stamp

10th Mark 2000

Belleek 11th Stamp

11th Mark 2001-2007

Belleek 12th Stamp

12th Mark 2007

Belleek 13th Stamp

13th Mark 2008-2010

Belleek 14th Stamp

14th Mark 2011-2013

Belleek Living Trademark

14th Mark 2011-2013

belleek-15th

15th Mark 2014-2018

made-in-ireland-16th-backst

16th Mark 2019+

Belleek 1st Stamp 1st Mark 1863-1891

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. FERMANAGH" or "Belleek", or a small impressed mark of a harp or harp and crown. The latter are more usually found on Earthenware piece.

Belleek 2nd Stamp 2nd Mark 1891-1926 - First Period Black Mark

Second Black Mark - 1891 - 1926 The Second mark used from 1891- 1926 reflects the addition of a ribbon surrounding the lower half of the design for the first mark on which appears the words "CO FERMANAGH IRELAND" The change in the trademark occurred in 1891 in compliance with the 1891 Mc Kinley Tariff Act and the 1887 British Merchandise Act as amended in 1891,requiring the country of origin to be specified on the article. The mark is black. Wherever impressed marks were used, particularly with figurines the word "IRELAND" is added. Sometimes discolouration or fading is seen in this mark. Although it is not definite why this occurred, it is likely that this product was made during the First World War when materials were difficult to acquire and inferior materials were used.

Belleek 3rd Stamp 3rd Mark 1926-1946

Third Period Black Mark - 1926 - 1946 Introduced in 1926, possibly to mark the Wembley Exhibition of that year. It also contains the registry mark "REG No 0857". Interestingly this registry mark dates from 1884 but was only used from 1926! This mark is always black and was used up to 1946. Around scroll with Celtic decoration and the words "deanta in eireann" (made in Ireland) added. On Earthenware the stamp Belleek changed to "Melvin Ware" in 1936 probably to distinguish it from the more prestigious Parian China.

Belleek 4th Stamp 4th Mark 1946-1955 - First Green Mark

The Pottery resumed full production in 1946 In tests carried out on backstamps, green was felt to be less obtrusive than black at showing through the translucent China and thus it was decided to change the colour from black to green. The mark is identical to its predecessor in every way except the colour.

Belleek 5th Stamp 5th Mark 1955-1965

First Period Black Mark - 1863 - 1890 A capital "R" in a circle was added in 1955 to signify that the trademark had been registered in the United States. The additional mark is placed immediately above the right hand tip of the banner with the words "CO FERMANAGH IRELAND" the mark is Green.

Belleek 6th Stamp 6th Mark 1965-1980 - Third Green Mark

The size of the mark was reduced in 1965 probably to accommodate placing stamps on smaller pieces. The "R" in the circle moved to above the harp on the main stamp. The mark is Green.

Belleek 7th Stamp 7th Mark 1980-1993 - First Gold Mark

In April 1980 the seventh mark was introduced to commemorate the centenary of Gold medal won at the Melbourne Exhibition of 1880. The colour was changed to gold and the round disk with "deanta in eireann" was omitted. At sometime around 1984 the gold colour on the mark was substituted with a browner toned gold colour to improve the clarity of the backstamp.

Belleek 8th Stamp 8th Mark 1993-1997

The previous mark was earmarked to be changed in 1990 but due to changes and personnel this date was missed and the mark was not changed until 1993. Blue was chosen as the colour to differentiate it from other marks and it is similar to the second mark in style with the addition of the "R" above the harp.

Belleek 9th Stamp 9th Mark 1997-2000

This change was made due to purely technical reasons. There were a lot of problems with the first blue mark with parts of the mark burning off during firing. This resulted in a lot of pieces having to be re-fired with obvious added costs. New artwork for Belleek packaging had been developed around the same time and it was decided to use the opportunity to match both together.

Belleek 10th Stamp 10th Mark 2000 - The Millenium Stamp

This mark was introduced to mark the Millennium and is black with the additional legend above the mark "MILLENNIUM 2000" and "IRELAND" below the mark. Limited to pieces made during the year 2000.

Belleek 11th Stamp 11th Mark 2001-2007

The green is a match of the colour used on earthenware during the first period.

Belleek 12th Stamp 12th Mark 2007 - 150th Anniversary Celebration

The firm of David Mc Birney & Co was formed in 1857 and the lease on the pottery site signed. The lease was for a term of 999 years. Robert Armstrong became the first manager and Art director of the pottery and it is interesting that the symbols chosen for the emblem of the Pottery were the Harp, Round Tower and Wolfhound sitting on an island of shamrocks. These are all- symbolic of Ireland. Perhaps chosen to proclaim the arrival of a new product of Ireland. In turn Belleek itself became symbolic of Ireland and often emigrants would bring a piece of Belleek with them to their new homes across the globe to serve as a reminder of "the old country".

One Hundred and fifty years later we proudly are issuing a new backstamp to celebrate our background and history but equally to proclaim that we are continuing to design and manufacture new products and are dynamically striving to enhance and expand the appeal of Belleek.

Belleek 13th Stamp 13th Mark 2008 - 2011 - Belleek Trademark

Down through the years Belleek have introduced numerous variations on the original trademark introduced by the founders in the 1860s. Initially no great thought was given to changing trademarks and it was first changed in 1891 due to the McKinley Tariff Act that compelled imported product into the United States to state their country of origin. Belleek already had a large export market in the United States among the many Irish emigrants and they immediately saw the benefits of marking Belleek products with "Made in Ireland" This second mark remained in place until 1926 when Belleek introduced its third mark probably to coincide with the Wembley Exhibition of 1926. A circle with Celtic knot work was added with the Gaelic words "deanta in éireann" meaning made in Ireland.

The fourth mark was introduced in 1946 with the only difference between it and the preceding mark was that the colour changed to green. No one is quite sure why the colour changed. Perhaps it was simply to have a different colour of mark. However one explanation given was that a green mark was less noticeable looking at it from the inside of a Belleek piece!

The green fifth mark was introduced in 1955 and a registry "R" replaced the old registered number "0857" It remained until 1965 when the green 6th mark was made smaller and the "R" was positioned above the harp on the stamp.

In 1980 a gold coloured stamp was introduced, shortening the banner inscription to "Ireland" and removing the Celtic disc altogether. Although the original plan was to replace the trademark every ten years after 1980, this did not work out and the next new mark did not come into place until 1993! This blue mark was based on the old second mark but due to its small size and difficulty in firing it successfully, it was decided to replace it in 1997 with a second blue mark larger and with a new representation of the Wolfhound, Round Tower and Harp.

In 2000 Belleek celebrated the Millennium by issuing a black trademark for that year only. It differed from the older black stamps with a banner saying "Millennium 2000" A green mark was introduced in 2001, using a darker colour of green based on Belleek’s corporate green.

In 2007 Belleek celebrated its 150th anniversary and to mark that occasion a special black stamp was issued to commemorate the year. The style of the mark was subtly altered and a banner added above the mark saying "Celebrating 150 years".Bringing us up to date and introducing a new brown 13th trademark that will remain until at least 2017 when Belleek will hopefully celebrate its 160th birthday!

Belleek 14th Stamp 14th Mark 2011 - 2014 - Classic Belleek Trademark

This stamp carries the same ethos and sentiments as the thirteenth mark and the inclusion of Belleek’s website address brings the mark of distinction into the modern age. Belleek understands that the consumer is becoming more and more knowledgeable and is now carrying out a vast amount of buyer research online. Therefore, the company launched its new, innovative website in 2010 and placed the website address on its backstamp as a means of providing further information to its valued customer.

Belleek Living Trademark Stamp Belleek Living Trademark 2011 - 2013

The Belleek Group is one of the largest giftware groups in Ireland, consisting of the world-renowned Belleek Classic brand, Aynsley China, Galway Crystal and Donegal China. In 2003 the group transcended itself into the modern age with its most compelling addition to date; that being the launch of the contemporary and extremely stylish Belleek Living brand. With its inspiring designs, unique style and array of fashionable giftware pieces the Belleek Living brand has strongly positioned itself as a market leader in the home and giftware sector.

The Belleek Group’s worldwide reputation for quality and craftsmanship embodies The Belleek Living concept and the desire to provide designer pieces with practical elements allows many items from the product range to be used every day in homes throughout the world.

Practical tableware, distinctive statement pieces, lighting and now the successful designer jewellery collection have all been passionately designed to fit in with the modern lifestyle. Adding to the success of The Belleek Living brand, Neven Maguire, award-winning Irish TV chef joined forces with the company in 2009, becoming the ambassador for the contemporary range and bringing together two of Ireland’s most recognisable brands.

Belleek Living simply goes from strength to strength and the trademark you see today is a fitting symbol to indicate that your valued item is none other than Belleek Living which is part of the famous Belleek Group.

belleek-15th Belleek 15th Trademark 2014-2019

The difference between the fourteenth and fifteenth trademark is that the web address changed in 2014 from www.belleek.ie to www.belleek.com Even though this is a very minor change it does further date ones’ Belleek collection to having been made between 2014 and 2019. A new trademark, the 16th ,with “Made in Ireland “mark is being introduced in January 2019.

made-in-ireland-16th-backst Belleek 16th Trademark 2019+

The 16th Trademark has introduced "Made in Ireland" into the backstamp. This means that every piece of Belleek with this trademark has been passed through the special 16 hands process. It is significant to Belleek Pottery as every new owner of Belleek Pieces made from January 2019 has been fully made in our factory in Co Fermanagh, Northern Ireland. This Trademark further dates each piece and without which, none is genuine. 

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Item specifics

Seller Notes: “CONDITION: Small nick on bottom that did not fill in mold. It does not affect the use or display of this vase.” Maker: Lenox Belleek Brand: Lenox Belleek Handmade: Yes Style: Art Nouveau Time Period Manufactured: 1900-1919 Color: Multi-Color Country/Region of Origin: United States Theme: Floral Country/Region of Manufacture: United States Type: Vase Material: Ceramic & Porcelain Original/Licensed Reproduction: Original Age: 1906

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