space HOME  |  My Shopping Cart  VIEW CART  |  MY ORDERS  |  WISH LIST  |  FAQ  |  CONTACT US   
SEARCH:   
separator

A Time Remembered

Porcelain and Pottery

By Category
Click to view Belleek
Click to view Candle Holders and Chamber Sticks
Click to view Capo di Monte
Click to view Creamers and Milk Pitchers
Click to view Czechoslovakia
Click to view Germany
Click to view Haeger
Click to view Hull
Click to view Lefton
Click to view Made in Japan
Click to view McCoy
Click to view Nemadji
Click to view Nippon
Click to view Noritake
Click to view Planters
Click to view Porcelain Miscellaneous
Click to view Pottery Miscellaneous
Click to view Royal Bayreuth
Click to view Stangl
Click to view Van Briggle
Click to view Vases

Store Home
Rated: one starone starone starone starone starRead
5.0 (Based on 3 reviews)
Write your own review
Browse All Items
Our Newest Additions
Search
Our Products
Click to close category Advertising
Click to view Aviation
Click to view Coca Cola
Click to view Distillery
Click to view Food
Click to view Gas Station
Click to view Mr. Peanut
Click to view Soda
Click to view Souvenir and Premium
Click to close category Antiques
Click to view Orientalia
Click to view Photography
Click to close category Art
Click to view Hummel Prints
Click to view Original Etchings
Click to view Prints
Click to view Statuary and Sculpture
Click to close category Barware
Click to view Bottle Stoppers and Pourers
Click to view Cocktail Shakers and Mixers
Click to view Cordials and Stemware
Click to view Corkscrew and Bottle Openers
Click to view Decanters and Bottles
Click to view Glasses
Click to view Swizzle Sticks
Click to close category Breweriana
Click to view Advertising
Click to view Beer and Pilsner Glasses
Click to view Beer Trays
Click to view Steins and Mugs
Click to close category China and Dinnerware
Click to view Baby Dish Sets
Click to view Bavaria
Click to view Briard Georges
Click to view Chocolate Pots, Coffee Pots and Tea Sets
Click to view Cups and Saucers
Click to view Demitasse Cups and Saucers
Click to view Fitz and Floyd
Click to view Goebel
Click to view Hall China
Click to view Haviland Theodore
Click to view Japan
Click to view Knowles Edwin
Click to view Kutani
Click to view Lenox
Click to view Limoges American
Click to view Limoges French
Click to view Meakin Alfred
Click to view Minton
Click to view Miscellaneous China
Click to view Noritake
Click to view Paden City
Click to view Rosenthal
Click to view Royal Worcester
Click to close category Collectibles and Memorabilia
Click to view Avon
Click to view Banks
Click to view Barber Shop
Click to view Bells
Click to view Bicentennial
Click to view Black Memorabilia
Click to view Bottles
Click to view Camera's
Click to view Celebrities and Entertainers
Click to view Character Collectibles
Click to view Children's Records
Click to view Clocks
Click to view Coins, Medals and Tokens
Click to view Desk Accessories
Click to view Disneyana
Click to view Insulators
Click to view Marlboro Gear
Click to view Military
Click to view Miscellaneous
Click to view Movie Memorabilia
Click to view Music Boxes
Click to view Music Memorabilia
Click to view Nautical Ocean Liner
Click to view Paperweights
Click to view Pharmacy and Medical Collectibles
Click to view Radios
Click to view Razors/Straight Edge Razors
Click to view Records 45s
Click to view Records LPs
Click to view Religious Christian
Click to view Religious Jewish
Click to view Royalty
Click to view Silver Bars and Misc. Art Bars
Click to view Souvenirs
Click to view Sports
Click to view Stamps and First Day Covers
Click to view Telephones
Click to view Television Memorabilia
Click to close category Collector Plates
Click to view Incolay Studios
Click to view Anna Perenna
Click to view Artaffects
Click to view Avon
Click to view Berta Hummel M.I.Hummel Plates
Click to view Donald Zolan
Click to view Edna Hibel
Click to view Edwin M Knowles
Click to view Elvis
Click to view Enesco Precious Moments
Click to view Goebel
Click to view Gorham
Click to view Homer Laughlin
Click to view Limited Edition
Click to view Limoges
Click to view Miscellaneous Plates
Click to view Mother's Day
Click to view Norman Rockwell
Click to view Pewter
Click to view Royal Copenhagen
Click to view Schmid
Click to view Souvenir
Click to view The Movies
Click to view Wedgwood
Click to view Wood and Sons
Click to close category Dolls
Click to view Annalee Mobilitee
Click to view Byers Choice
Click to view Coleco
Click to view Doll House Furnishings and Miniatures
Click to view Dolls Miscellaneous
Click to view Effanbee
Click to view Ideal
Click to close category Figurines
Click to view Animals
Click to view Boyds
Click to view Crystal and Glass
Click to view Emmett Kelly Clowns
Click to view Enesco Cherished Teddies
Click to view Enesco Miscellaneous
Click to view Enesco Precious Moments
Click to view Franklin Mint
Click to view Goebel
Click to view Goebel MI Hummels
Click to view Herend
Click to view Japan
Click to view Josef Originals
Click to view Lefton
Click to view Lenox
Click to view Miscellaneous Figurines
Click to view Occupied Japan
Click to view People
Click to view Royal Doulton
Click to view Sebastian Miniatures
Click to view Tengra Spain
Click to view Wade
Click to view Wood
Click to close category Glassware and Depression Glass
Click to view Amber Glass
Click to view Anchor Hocking
Click to view Bottles Grocery, Medicine and Figural
Click to view Brilliant Cut and Crystal
Click to view Cambridge Glass
Click to view Candle Holders
Click to view Candy Containers
Click to view Carnival Glass
Click to view Cobalt Glass
Click to view Depression Glass
Click to view Etched Glass
Click to view Federal Glass
Click to view Fenton Glass
Click to view Fostoria Glass
Click to view Hazel Atlas
Click to view Heisey Glass
Click to view Imperial Glass
Click to view Ink Bottles
Click to view Italian Art Glass
Click to view Jeannette Glass
Click to view LE Smith Glass
Click to view Libbey Glass
Click to view Libbey Rock Sharpe Glassware
Click to view MacBeth Evans Glass
Click to view Milk Glass
Click to view Miscellaneous Glass
Click to view New Martinsville
Click to view Paden City Glass
Click to view Ruby Red Glass
Click to view Vases
Click to view Waterford Crystal
Click to view Westmoreland Glass
Click to close category Holiday and Seasonal
Click to view Christmas Books
Click to view Christmas Buildings and Accessories Dept. 56
Click to view Christmas Collector Plates
Click to view Christmas Decorations and Collectibles
Click to view Christmas Figurines
Click to view Christmas Figurines Enesco Cherished Teddies
Click to view Christmas Garlands
Click to view Christmas Nativity Figurines and Sets
Click to view Christmas Ornaments Commodore
Click to view Christmas Ornaments Made of Wood
Click to view Christmas Ornaments Cardboard and Flocked
Click to view Christmas Ornaments CVS
Click to view Christmas Ornaments Department 56
Click to view Christmas Ornaments Enesco
Click to view Christmas Ornaments Glass and China
Click to view Christmas Ornaments Hallmark
Click to view Christmas Ornaments Kugels
Click to view Christmas Ornaments Kurt S. Adler
Click to view Christmas Ornaments Lenox
Click to view Christmas Ornaments Metal
Click to view Christmas Ornaments Plastic
Click to view Christmas Snowmen
Click to view Christmas Tree Toppers
Click to view Easter
Click to close category Housewares and Accessories
Click to view Hardware
Click to view Lamps and Light Fixtures
Click to view Miscellaneous
Click to view Picture Frames
Click to view Tools
Click to view Tools Woodworking
Click to view Wall Decor
Click to close category Jewelry and Watches
Click to view Bracelets and Bangles
Click to view Brooches and Pins
Click to view Cufflinks
Click to view Earrings
Click to view Lapel Pins
Click to view Mexican Silver
Click to view Miscellaneous
Click to view Necklaces and Pendents
Click to view Parures and Sets
Click to view Tie Bars/Tie Clips/Tie Tacs
Click to view Wrist and Pocket Watches
Click to close category Kitchen Collectibles
Click to view Aluminumware
Click to view Butter Dishes and Butter Pats
Click to view Cake Stands and Serving Plates
Click to view Canning Jars
Click to view Casserole Bowls
Click to view Cast Iron Cookware
Click to view Coffeepots and Teapots
Click to view Cookie Cutters and Molds
Click to view Cookie Jars
Click to view Copper Accessories
Click to view Corning Ware / Pyrex
Click to view Cruets
Click to view Dairy Bottles
Click to view Drinking Glasses
Click to view Egg Cups
Click to view Gadgets
Click to view Juicers and Reamers
Click to view Kitchen Miscellaneous
Click to view Melmac Melamine
Click to view Napkin Rings
Click to view Pie Tins
Click to view Pitchers
Click to view Pots and Pans
Click to view Sugar Bowls and Creamers
Click to view Toothpick Holders
Click to close category Linens, Textiles and More
Click to view Doilies and Runners
Click to view Napkins
Click to view Tablecloths
Click to close category Metalware and Silver
Click to view Baby Fork and Spoon Sets
Click to view Bowls and Gravy Boats
Click to view Brass
Click to view Carving Sets and Serving Pieces
Click to view Cast Iron
Click to view Coffee Pots and Teapots
Click to view Demitasse Spoons
Click to view Flatware Miscellaneous
Click to view Flatware Silverplated
Click to view Flatware Sterling Silver
Click to view Napkin Rings
Click to view Pewter
Click to view Salt Spoons
Click to view Silverplated Serving Bowls, Dishes and Trays
Click to view Silverplated Miscellaneous
Click to view Souvenir and Commemorative Spoons
Click to view Sugar Bowls and Creamers
Click to view Sugar Tongs
Click to close category Paper and Ephemera
Click to view 1st Edition Books
Click to view Billheads and Receipts
Click to view Cards/Non Sport
Click to view Childrens Books
Click to view Government and Politics Books
Click to view Greeting Cards
Click to view Magazines
Click to view Miscellaneous
Click to view Mystery Books
Click to view Nonfiction Books
Click to view Playing Cards
Click to view Postcards
Click to view Prayer Books and Bibles
Click to close category Pens and Pencils
Click to view Writing Accessories
Click view sub-categories Porcelain and Pottery
Click to view Belleek
Click to view Candle Holders and Chamber Sticks
Click to view Capo di Monte
Click to view Creamers and Milk Pitchers
Click to view Czechoslovakia
Click to view Germany
Click to view Haeger
Click to view Hull
Click to view Lefton
Click to view Made in Japan
Click to view McCoy
Click to view Nemadji
Click to view Nippon
Click to view Noritake
Click to view Planters
Click to view Porcelain Miscellaneous
Click to view Pottery Miscellaneous
Click to view Royal Bayreuth
Click to view Stangl
Click to view Van Briggle
Click to view Vases
Click to close category Salt and Peppers
Click to view Figural
Click to view Fine China and Porcelain
Click to view Glass
Click to view Open Salt Dips / Salt Cellars
Click to view Silverplated and Sterling Silver
Click to view Souvenir
Click to close category Tobacciana
Click to view Advertising
Click to view Ashtrays
Click to view Cigarette Related
Click to view Lighters
Click to view Pipe Related
Click to view Pipes
Click to close category Toys
Click to view Action Figures
Click to view Character Collectibles
Click to view Childrens Dishes
Click to view Circus
Click to view Diecast
Click to view Disneyana
Click to view Fast Food Toys
Click to view Games
Click to view Hess Cars and Trucks
Click to view Lead Figures
Click to view Miscellaneous Toys
Click to view Plastic Toys
Click to view Robots
Click to view Stuffed Animals
Click to view View Master
Click to view Vintage Games
Click to view Windup Toys
Click to close category Vanity Items
Click to view Compacts
Click to view Dresser and Vanity Accessories
Click to view Perfume Bottles
Click to close category Vintage Clothing and Accessories
Click to view Eye Glasses, Opera Glasses and Specs
Click to view Handkerchiefs
Click to view Hats Gloves and Purses
Click to view Mens Accessories
Click to view Womans Accessories
Click to close category Worlds Fairs and Expos
Click to view Knoxville
Click to view New York
Order Policies
About Us
Contact Us!
Our Mailing List
Calendar of Events
Links

Porcelain and Pottery > Belleek

View As: List  |  Gallery    


Featured Today!

Photograph
Belleek China Nativity Votive Candle ...

Item #

Description

Price


Click here to enlarge image and see more about item belleek285: Belleek 2007 House Blessing Plate

Click for more detail...

belleek285

Belleek 2007 House Blessing Plate This exquisite porcelain Belleek House Blessing plate, celebrating 150 Years (1857-2007), has the 12th. mark on the bottom that shows it was made in 2007 and also has the letter V in green.
In 1849 John Caldwell Bloomfield inherited the Castlecaldwell estate, which encompassed the village of Belleek, from his father. Mindful of the plight of his tenants in the aftermath of the potato famine he sought to provide some form of worthwhile employment.
To his delight it revealed the necessary raw materials to make Pottery - feldspar, kaolin, flint, clay and shale.
Bloomfield acquired partners in the venture, Robert Williams Armstrong an architect from London with an abiding interest in ceramics, and David Mc Birney, a wealthy Dublin merchant
Raw materials, power, capital and transportation all in place, plans for the construction of a Pottery building were drawn up. On Thursday 18th November 1858 Mrs Bloomfield laid the foundation stone.
By as early as 1865 the company had established a growing market throughout Ireland and England and was exporting pieces to the United States, Canada and Australia.
Mc Birney died in 1882 and Armstrong in January 1884. A group of local investors acquired the property and a new venture, the Belleek Pottery Works Company Ltd began trading in August 1884. The new Company officially acquired all the property.
A myriad of economic factors conspired to cause a change in Pottery ownership in 1983.
In 1990 the company was sold again to an investment group. Dr. George Moore, originally from Dundalk and now living in the USA, was appointed Chairman and the company is run locally by a group of four Directors - John Maguire (Managing), Hugh Quinn (Sales and Marketing), Martin Sharkey (Finance) and Arthur Goan (Operations).
Not only did the Belleek management team rejuvenate the Belleek enterprise, the also embarked upon an aggressive acquisition strategy which has seen the purchase of Galway Crystal (Galway City), Aynsley China (Stoke-on-Trent) and most recently Donegal Parian China (Ballyshannon, Co. Donegal). The Belleek Group today employs over 600 people with a yearly turnover of 40 million.
Beautifully done with shamrocks around the border, Belleek's distinct eggshell luminescent china is treasured throughout the world, each lovingly created by hand.
The House Blessing reads:
Wishing you always; walls for the wind, tea beside the fire, and the love and laughter of those you hold dear.
In very good + condition without chips, cracks or fleabites it measures 9 inches in diameter.
An addition to any Belleek Collection.
SH & Ins. will be quoted after orders placed. If you have questions feel free to contact me and thank you for looking.
Circa: 2007
Manufacturer: Belleek/Made in Ireland  

Your Price: $60.00
Ask a question
Send to a Friend

Click here to enlarge image and see more about item ptsbelleek559: Belleek Thistle Vase

Click for more detail...

ptsbelleek559

Belleek Thistle Vase This exquisite porcelain Belleek Thistle vase decorated with a charming diamond pattern that is adorned with blue colored thistle flowers and rich green leaves has the 6th. mark on the bottom that shows it was made 1965-March 31,1981.
In 1849 John Caldwell Bloomfield inherited the Castlecaldwell estate, which encompassed the village of Belleek, from his father. Mindful of the plight of his tenants in the aftermath of the potato famine he sought to provide some form of worthwhile employment.
To his delight it revealed the necessary raw materials to make Pottery - feldspar, kaolin, flint, clay and shale.
Bloomfield acquired partners in the venture, Robert Williams Armstrong an architect from London with an abiding interest in ceramics, and David Mc Birney, a wealthy Dublin merchant
Raw materials, power, capital and transportation all in place, plans for the construction of a Pottery building were drawn up. On Thursday 18th November 1858 Mrs Bloomfield laid the foundation stone.
By as early as 1865 the company had established a growing market throughout Ireland and England and was exporting pieces to the United States, Canada and Australia.
Mc Birney died in 1882 and Armstrong in January 1884. A group of local investors acquired the property and a new venture, the Belleek Pottery Works Company Ltd began trading in August 1884. The new Company officially acquired all the property.
A myriad of economic factors conspired to cause a change in Pottery ownership in 1983.
In 1990 the company was sold again to an investment group. Dr. George Moore, originally from Dundalk and now living in the USA, was appointed Chairman and the company is run locally by a group of four Directors - John Maguire (Managing), Hugh Quinn (Sales and Marketing), Martin Sharkey (Finance) and Arthur Goan (Operations).
Not only did the Belleek management team rejuvenate the Belleek enterprise, the also embarked upon an aggressive acquisition strategy which has seen the purchase of Galway Crystal (Galway City), Aynsley China (Stoke-on-Trent) and most recently Donegal Parian China (Ballyshannon, Co. Donegal). The Belleek Group today employs over 600 people with a yearly turnover of 40 million.
The thistle is the emblem of Scotland and is used extensively with many early Belleek designs along with the Rose (England) and the shamrock (Ireland). This vase was first shown in the 1928 Belleek Catalogue. This vase remained popular for many years but was eventually retired in 1990. It wass available again last year as a Limited Edition of 750 in the 2010 Archive Collection.
In very good + condition without chips, cracks or fleabites it measures 5 3/8 inches tall, 4 3/4 inches wide (thistle leaf to thistle leaf) and 2 5/8 inches base.
An addition to any Belleek Collection.
SH & Ins. will be quoted after orders placed. If you have questions feel free to contact me and thank you for looking.
Circa: 1965-1981
Manufacturer: Belleek/Made in Ireland  

Your Price: $60.00
Ask a question
Send to a Friend

Click here to enlarge image and see more about item belleek241: Belleek China Nativity Votive Candle Holder

Click for more detail...

belleek241

Belleek China Nativity Votive Candle Holder This china votive candle holder with a Nativity scene in a basket weave pattern and shamrocks along the base was made by David McBirney & Co. (Belleek Pottery Co.) Fermanagh, Ireland and is marked with the black handstamp of a dog and harp.
The internationally renowned Belleek Pottery in the center of the village is currently owned by US-based Dundalk man, George Moore. It was founded in 1857 by John Caldwell Bloomfield, who declared that any piece with the slightest flaw would be destroyed and this is still the case today. The first examples of this fine Parian china were made using kaolin and feldspar deposits found in the lands surrounding Castle Caldwell. With the establishment of the pottery new houses were built for workers in Rathmore Terrace and in Hawthorn Terrace.
In very good condition without chips, cracks or fleabites it measures 3 3/8 inches tall, 4 3/4 inches wide and 4 1/2 inched deep.
An addition to any Belleek China Collection.
SH & Ins. will be quoted after orders placed. If you have any questions please contact me and thank you for looking.





Circa: 2000
Manufacturer: David McBirney & Co. (Belleek Pottery Co.) Fermanagh, Ireland.  

Your Price: $24.00
Ask a question
Send to a Friend

Sold and Show
Click here to enlarge image and see more about item belleek240: Belleek Shandon Egg Box with Lid

Click for more detail...

belleek240

Belleek Shandon Egg Box with Lid This china Shandon Egg Box with shamrocks was made by David McBirney & Co. (Belleek Pottery Co.) Fermanagh, Ireland and is marked with the blue handstamp of a dog and harp.
The internationally renowned Belleek Pottery in the center of the village is currently owned by US-based Dundalk man, George Moore. It was founded in 1857 by John Caldwell Bloomfield, who declared that any piece with the slightest flaw would be destroyed and this is still the case today. The first examples of this fine Parian china were made using kaolin and feldspar deposits found in the lands surrounding Castle Caldwell. With the establishment of the pottery new houses were built for workers in Rathmore Terrace and in Hawthorn Terrace.
In very good condition without chips, cracks or fleabites it measures 2 1/4 inches tall, 3 1/4 inches wide and 2 3/8 inches deep.
An addition to any Belleek China Collection.
SH & Ins. will be quoted after orders placed. If you have any questions please contact me and thank you for looking.





Circa: 2000
Manufacturer: David McBirney & Co. (Belleek Pottery Co.) Fermanagh, Ireland.  

Sold and Show
Ask a question
Send to a Friend

 

If you are finished shopping, click on the shopping cart button to view your order.

To order an item from A Time Remembered, just click on the 'Add to Cart' button. Clicking on the thumbnail picture of any item gives you a larger picture of that item.

Thanks for shopping at A Time Remembered!


PayPal.com
We also accept Checks and Money Orders.


 

Store Home  ·  About Us  ·  Contact  ·  FAQ / Policies  ·  Privacy  ·  Security  ·  TIAS home
· Calendar of Events ·    · Links  ·  Site Map ·    Tell a Friend!  ·  Join our Mailing List ·

 

Member of The Internet Antique Shop - antiques & collectibles

A Time Remembered
Contact us!
133-18 220th.Street
Laurelton, NY 11413
United States

Updated Saturday, August 30 2014
Product descriptions copyrightę 2014 A Time Remembered
All else copyrightę 1995-2014 TIAS.com All rights reserved.