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Vintage Belleek Creamer Black Mark Swan Bird

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Vintage Belleek Creamer - Black Mark - Swan Bird. This vintage Belleek creamer / pitcher is a sweetie that will hold a tiny bouquet of flowers or simply be used to hold a bit of cream for your coffee - very elegantly! What is more elegant than a swan?

On the bottom is the maker's third black mark, which means it was made from about 1926 to 1946. Despite its age, the condition is very good - no cracks, chips, repairs or crazing. Perhaps sitting in my china cabinet for 40 years has something to do with it :)

It is 4-1/2 inches ( 11 cm) in height, 5-1/2 inches (14 cm) wide. The exterior has a lovely lustre, with a warm creamy yellow interior.

Belleek is fine, handcrafted parian china - noted for its creamy texture, gossamer appearance and translucent quality. This creamer is a lovely example that would add much to a Belleek collection, or would make a perfect birthday gift.

Shipping to the USA is $9.90 (Canada Post Small Packet Surface) and this includes insurance.

From my smoke free home in Dunrobin, Ontario, Canada.

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Note: for the serious Belleek collector - I have a huge Echinus Tea Tray with the first impressed mark, if you are interested, please convo me for a special listing.

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Vintage Belleek Creamer Black Mark Swan Bird