Stunning Belleek New Shell Yellow Teapot with 5th Mark (2nd Green) Circa 1955-1965

Stunning Belleek New Shell Yellow Teapot with 5th Mark (2nd Green) Circa 1955-1965

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ARTIFACT: This is a Belleek New Shell Yellow pattern teapot with their 5th mark (2nd green), dating it to 1955-1965. Belleek is an Irish company started by entrepreneur and philanthropist John Caldwell Bloomfield in 1858. He found that the soil of the estate he inherited right after the Potato Famine was rich in pottery-making materials, so he decided to start on this venture in order to employ his hard-hit tenants. He even had the railway diverted to his home of Belleek for importation and exportation purposes. The teapot lid is the topped with a single petite scallop shell, and the pot itself is adorned with larger shells in relief. The handle and spout are in a textured yellow, while the body of the pot is mainly in white biscuit porcelain.

VINTAGE: Circa 1955-1965.

SIZE: Approximately 5-3/4" in height and 9-5/8" in width.



MARKINGS: BELLEEK CO. FERMANAGH IRELAND ?? DEANTA IN EIREANN (made in Ireland) with maker's mark REG NO. 0851.

ITEM NOTES: This is from a china and pottery collection which we will be listing more of over the next few months. ebay VABEX11 LCJJX4/11 SLBGEX4/16 TLCJJX05/23

CONDITION: 8 (Excellent-): The teapot is in lovely condition with little wear.

GUARANTEE: As with all my artifacts, this piece is guaranteed to be original, as described.