Question: Is Belleek Pottery still made?

The company changed ownership again in 1990. Dundalk-born US-based George G. Moore remains the owner, though the company is run locally by four directors. Since then Belleek Pottery has expanded its factory space, acquisitions of other companies, staff and turnover.

What is Belleek Pottery made of?

To his delight it revealed the necessary raw materials to make pottery - feldspar, kaolin, flint, clay and shale. The village of Belleek, whose name in Gaelic, beal leice, translates to Flagstone Ford, was a natural choice to locate the business, especially the part of the village known as Rose Isle.

How do you spell Belleek China?

In 1857 on the banks of Lough Erne in County Fermanagh, the inimitable Belleek China was born, beginning an enduring legacy that continues to this day. After finding out that this land was rich in minerals, suitable for the production of pottery, John started what was to become the renowned Belleek brand.

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