Belleek Harp Butter Plate (1927-1937)

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2017 is a very special year as Belleek Pottery celebrates its 160th Anniversary! To celebrate this milestone, Belleek designers have gone back to the archives and reintroduced this truly special collection of sixteen pieces, each representing a decade in the rich heritage of Belleek since its foundation in 1857.
Each item is a numbered Limited Edition with its own special backstamp, a ‘must have’ for every Belleek Collector!

- Belleek Handcrafted
- Belleek Hand Painted
- Limited Edition (900)
- Made in Ireland
- 6.7" (H) x 4.5"(W) x 1.5"(H)
- Limited stocks available, production lead-time may apply
- Product ID: 0253

Availability: In stock




The Harp Butter Plate better known sometimes as the 'Colleen Dish' was shown for the first time in the Belleek catalogue of 1935. This pierced dish depicts a young girl playing a harp. She wears a chain of entwined shamrocks around her head. The dish is fashioned in the 'Art Noveau' style suggesting that the piece may have been designed much earlier than the 20th Century.

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