BELLEEK POTTERY RARE SECOND BLACK MARK PERIOD ERNE
PATTERN CUP AND SAUCER C.1891-1926
easy to find, these wonderful Belleek porcelain china pieces are become
scarcer and more expensive as they disappear into worldwide collector
cabinets and distinctive decor schemes. The Erne
pattern - named after the nearby Lough Erne and river - is one of the
most attractive and least commonly found of the Belleek teaware range.
It was only produced during the Second Black Mark period c.1891-1926. A
good rare reference and display example for the serious Belleek
collector, enhanced with attractive Belleek cob lustre." Antiques Expert
height cup 115 mm max. width saucer 56 mm max.
printed Belleek Second Black Mark to both pieces.
Item displays well and there is no restoration to either piece. The
saucer is free from damage but there is a small chip to the wafer thin
rim of the cup and associated clean fine hairline which extends down
the length of the cup. The hairline is quite difficult to spot. There
is also a small glazed over top rim frit to the cup which is a product
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