A Belleek tea service
Lot 2
A Belleek tea service
Sold for £125 (US$ 210) inc. premium
Lot Details
A Belleek tea service
Comprising a teapot and cover, a cream jug, a sugar bowl, four teaplates, and four teacups and saucers (two saucers broken), all of lobed, shell shape, with orange conch shell feet, handles, and finials, all with Belleek 'Third Black Mark' symbol to the underside (16).

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  • Please note that two of the teacups are broken, and not two of the saucers as catalogued.
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