This iconic Teapot was designed in the 1880s by Frederick Slater to portray the essence of Ireland. He chose three elements, Shells to illustrate the island of Ireland, Harps to portray its people and culture, and Shamrocks representing its patron, Saint Patrick. Featuring a removable top to reveal a very delicate cup to hold your favorite Irish tea.
- Handcrafted and Handpainted in Ireland
Meet Our Vendor
Belleek is best described by its Mission Statement- “To develop a culture of total customer care through excellence in product and service with quality sustained by focused teamwork and the ongoing development of all employees”. Since 1857, Belleek has proven itself as a committed producer of fine Irish china. Located in the picturesque town of Belleek in County Fermanagh, this company continues to emphasize its cultural and commercial history. Each piece of pottery must pass through 16 pairs of hands from its design to its final production. Their meticulous process ensures perfection and a worldwide reputation for quality and finery.