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Rounded salt and pepper shakers are a great addition to the dinner table when looking to add elegance and practicality to the occasion.
The basket weave pattern is one of Belleek’s oldest and most famous porcelain designs.
Inspired by wickerwork baskets used in Ireland for centuries, it was first developed in the 1880s and has become a staple of their tableware collection. It is suited for both fine dining experiences as well as everyday use.
Shamrocks are hand painted to the sides of these porcelain pieces.
One of Ireland’s most recognizable national symbols, shamrocks represent good luck and Ireland’s natural green splendor. Closely associated with Saint Patrick, legend has it that Ireland’s patron saint used the shamrock to teach pre-Christian Ireland about the holy trinity – three leaves connected to one stem.
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.
Approx. 3.25in tall.
Beautiful shamrock detailing rendered by master artists
Designed to give the appearance of marble sculpture
Reflecting Ireland's history of traditional basket weaving