Various marks have been used by Belleek over the years since the pottery was founded in 1857. One of the earliest was a circular band (see image below) with the wording 'Belleek Enniskillen'. This was followed by the more familiar combination of Wolfhound Harp and Roundtower which have been the core features of the factory logo still used today.
Below is a gallery showing variations to the first 'Black Mark' using various alternative colours and designs. This is probably one of the most interesting periods as there were so many alternatives in use. To navigate to a different period, please click on links left.
From top, First mark, Belleek Enniskillen followed by a view of Echinus Sugar with usual first period mark and Registration Mark then tea pot lid from first period which often comes with First Black Mark and tea making instructions
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