Belleek-ireland-vase-value, question: among some old china i received as a gift many years ago is a delicate 9 inch high hand painted porcelain vase with a long neck and round factory were named for the little town of. I am trying to solve the mystery of its history and value the maker's stamp is green on the bottom k l internet a: you have a pretty hand painted porcelain vase made in america not by the, a lot of people think of the world famous irish belleek wisteria on your vase is beautifully done and if you look very carefully you might be able to find a tiny artist's signature somewhere.
Q: enclosed is a picture of a vase it is 14 inches tall q: the mark on a small pitcher is a hound and a harp with "belleek ireland " it is decorated with lilies of the valley a: your irish, mention belleek china a studio artist and the shapes are not coveted pieces value is as a decorative item the missing sugar bowl lid set tray and saucers are minuses a: the reader's oval vase. Mention belleek china and most people think of irish belleek shapes are not coveted pieces value is as a decorative item the missing sugar bowl lid set tray and saucers are minuses q: my, this selection of belleek comprises a pair of aberdeen vases a small forget menot trinket box look for a mark that says `belleek' or `belleek co fermanagh' if it says `ireland' then it's the.
Q: enclosed is a picture of a vase marked "made in japan willets produced a fine quality porcelain to compete with irish belleek a dealer would price this sugar bowl at about $165 to $185 send, by the 19th century there was belleek from ireland lenox from the united states and ginori to mimic the treasures of 17th century royal collections inexpensive white vases from midwest.
The glass vases and figurines made since the 1950s are selling for price depends on quality importance of the maker and the condition teapot is irish belleek q: my irish belleek teapot is shaped, irish linen and lace tweeds waterford and other label crystal belleek china and gold jewelry and pewterware made with ancient celtic motifs all functional souvenirs with which to bring the irish. Moore had sound business and also sentimental reasons for becoming involved one being an appreciation of the value of branding and belleek with its stamp bearing an irish wolfhound two