Dating your belleek, article on belleek marks
The colour was changed to gold and the round disk with "deanta in eireann" was omitted At some time around the gold colour on the mark was substituted with a brown colour, the reason is not known but it is likely that the colour was changed due to the gold burning off during firing. 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.
Ladies Mile miles, near. An example similar to that at the Ulster Museum, dating your belleek in S. Welcome to Belleek Castle. Cream Jug, in cream-coloured porcelain, ornamented and embossed diamond pattern, having blue bosses in.
Belleek Basket Marks
Large Shell of Dolium modelled in porcelain, tinted, and glazed. I dating your belleek to thank him for allowing me to use this on my website. 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 with a second blue mark larger and with a new representation of the Wolfhound, Round Tower and Harp.
The mark is Green. The mark is identical to its predecessor in every way except the colour. The previous mark was earmarked to be changed in but due to changes and personnel this date was missed and the mark was not changed until This is the second part of an expanded version of a talk given in October at our meeting in Woodford.
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The glaze is creamy yellow and appears wet. Destroying information on time.
Various marks have been used by Belleek over the years since the pottery was founded in. 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. Where there are no marks.
The size of the mark was reduced in probably to accommodate placing stamps on smaller pieces. Illustrations of early Belleek backstamps in different colours. Williamstadt House is a beautiful country. The red mark does appear to be referring to the body of the piece and most pieces with this red stamp seem to.
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.