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Created by Frederick Slater in the 1880s, the Harp collection is a reflection of Ireland’s cultural heritage and Belleek’s more than 160-year repertoire.
The harp handle design represents Ireland’s creative history of poetry and song while the shamrock motif represents St. Patrick’s conversion of Ireland to Catholicism.
Legend has it that St. Patrick used the shamrock to teach the ancient Celts about the holy trinity – three leaves connected to a single stem.
The seashell embossed design reflects Ireland’s seafaring heritage and status as an island nation, perpetually connected to the ocean.
The shamrocks are hand painted by Belleek’s artisans, while the high quality porcelain touches 16 hands before coming to market.
Belleek was founded in 1849 and quickly became a favorite of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert. Known for their exquisite designs and Parian porcelain, Belleek is Ireland’s oldest fine china pottery.
This teacup and saucer is an ideal addition to any home or restaurant looking for fine china with a nod to Irish heritage.
Hand wash only is recommended. 6oz teacup.
Beautiful and one-of-a-kind brush strokes unique to every piece
A clever reference to Ireland's national instrument
Inspired by Ireland's seafood bounty and its island status