Belleek Pottery got its start in 1884. The original name was the Belleek Pottery Works Company. The company was first based in Belleek Count Fermanagh which would eventually become Northern Ireland. Pottery began in Northern Ireland during the Irish Potato famine in 1849. A mineralogist named John Caldwell Bloomfield came up with and idea to help the people who had been affected. He and his partner David McBirney set up pottery business. By 1863 the pottery had spread to England, the US, Canada and Australia.
- This beautiful Belleek Nadine Trinket Box with hand painted shamrocks is crafted in Ireland.
- The Belleek Nadine Trinket Box measures approximately 5.5cm x 5cm high.
- This item comes in a Belleek gift boxed.
- Handmade in Ireland, each piece of Irish Belleek china is an original piece of Irish craftsmanship and design.
- Imported from Ireland.
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