Stunning Example of an extremely rare Irish Belleek Porcelain Flower Encrusted Jardiniere or Centerpiece of bulbous outline with attractive fluted top rim and of large size. Nineteenth Century.
This exceptional Belleek porcelain item is an outstanding example of the delicate artistry for which this renowned Irish factory is famous. Adorned with three bouquets of intricate flowers. with slight iridescence to the glaze allover.
Known for being extremely dainty and lightweight, Belleek porcelain from Ireland is among the finest in the world. Belleek Pottery of this example among the company's most recognizable and most complex achievements, and to find one of these collector's items in such excellent condition is rare.
“A very similar example is featured in Belleek: Irish Porcelain written by Marion Langham.
Condition: Superb allover untouched condition, except for a few very small losses to decorations which are not easy to notice.
Base Marks BELLEEK Co. FERMANAGH which dates 1891-1926.
Height: (overall as shown image one) 8” (20cm). Diameter: (at top rim) 8.25” (21cm).
Location: Dublin City, Ireland.
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