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With three of Ireland’s national symbols represented in a single piece of tableware, there’s no better way to demonstrate Irish heritage or pride.
Add to that the fact that tea is as Irish as the shamrock or harp, and this checks all the boxes of a treasured and useful gift or present to yourself.
For when you want to take your time preparing your cuppa in the proper manner (in a teapot), this teapot and cup combination is the ideal instrument.
Located in County Fermanagh, Belleek was founded in 1846 and is Ireland’s oldest fine china pottery. Since the company began producing exquisite Parian porcelain in 1863, it became a favorite of British and Irish nobility, including Queen Victoria and Prince Albert.
The Harp Shamrock collection was created by Frederick Slater in the 1880s to represent Ireland’s musical, historic, and seafaring traditions.
The harp design on the handle of the teapot lid and teacup handle is a particularly clever use of form and function.
Hand Wash recommended. Approximately 6oz teacup.
An elegant nod to Ireland's musical tradition and seafaring culture
The perfect set for a single cuppa
Ireland's national symbol in rich color and delicate brush strokes