Down through the years Belleek have introduced numerous variations on the original trademark introduced by the founders in the 1860s. Robert Armstrong became the first manager and Art director of the pottery and it is interesting that the symbols chosen for the emblem of the Pottery were the Harp, Round Tower and Wolfhound sitting on an island of shamrocks. These are all- symbolic of Ireland. Perhaps chosen to proclaim the arrival of a new product of Ireland. In turn Belleek itself became symbolic of Ireland and often emigrants would bring a piece of Belleek with them to their new homes across the globe to serve as a reminder of "the old country".
The Belleek Trademark Magnet symbolises the evolution of Belleek Pottery and serves as a reminder of our background and history.