Belleek Claddagh Pitcher
Belleek Claddagh Pitcher
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Item# B4212
Size: H: 8" x W: 4.5" Cap: 33.6oz.

The Belleek Claddagh Collection is inspired by the history of the Claddagh which goes back over 400 years when a Spanish goldsmith fell in love with a girl from the Claddagh village. He crafted the first Claddagh ring for her. Since then the Claddagh ring has become a token of love throughout the world. Its symbols of a heart under a crown held by hands represent love, friendship and loyalty. This Pitcher features the Claddagh design around the mddle and makes a perfect addition to the rest of the Claddagh collection.

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Have your Belleek signed by Attracta Lyndon, Brand Ambasador!

Place your order anytime prior the event and we will have it signed and delivered. Any order over $89 will be shipped free of charge to contiguous U.S.!
Each signed piece is accompanied with Belleek Certificate of Authenticity. The event is on November 15, 2019.
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Belleek Pottery has been hand-crafting fine porcelain in County Fermanagh, Ireland, continuously since 1857.

Known for its beautiful translucence, each piece is light but is also very durable, with fine design detail and hand-painted shamrocks, flowers or gold trim.

16 individuals craft and care for each piece before it receives the famous Belleek trade mark, ensuring it's authenticity, is gift boxed and packed for the journey to America.

Belleek's reputation has been built on product excellence. Company founder, John Caldwell Bloomfield declared that any piece with even the slightest flaw must be destroyed. Over 155 years later, this is still strictly adhered to. The result is perfection.