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(Ceramics) trademark
a. a kind of thin fragile porcelain with a lustrous glaze
b. (as modifier): a Belleek vase.
[named after Belleek, a town in Northern Ireland where such porcelain is made]



a fragile Irish porcelain with a bright luster. Also called Belleek′ ware`.
[1865–70; after Belleek, town in Northern Ireland where it is made]
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While Barry gulped twenty-five cent tea from a large and heavy mug, Mercedes sipped three-dollar tea from a tiny cup of Belleek, rose-tinted, fragile as all egg-shell.
Originally from Belleek in Co Fermanagh, Fil and Tom - who hails from Belfast - have performed all over Europe, Ireland, the USA, Australia and UK, at festivals and folk clubs, on radio and TV.
12 BELLEEK LIVING - SANTA SNOWGLOBE Another Christmas staple is the snowglobe - and we love this from Belleek Living.
Tours of Mayo, Lissadell House, the Belleek Pottery, the National Trustowned Florence Court (entrance payable locally for non-members) & 'Yeats Country' including a cruise on idyllic Lough Gill ?
According to the union, the bank is proposing to close its High Street presence in Antrim, Maghera and Newtownards, as well as Belleek, Castlederg, Castlereagh, City Hall (Belfast) and Draperstown.
50, Marks & Spencer SAVE: PS3 accessories Belleek Living Ripple 12-piece porcelain dinner set, was PS135, now PS49.
Donegal & the Wild Atlantic Way 6 days from PS549, 30 April 2016 Discover a wild and wonderful corner of Ireland on this leisurely holiday, which includes a cruise around Donegal Bay and along Lough Gill, a visit to the historical Doagh Famine Village and Glenveagh Castle, and a tour of the Belleek Pottery factory.
Irish craft mugs from Belleek come as a set of four.
A woman was assaulted at a house on Newry Road, Belleek, Co Fermanagh, at around 6.
This week it was a sale of Belleek porcelain (yes, I know, it's Irish, not English, but you get my drift).
SAVE: PS30 5 Ivory Belleek designer two hearts necklace, Debenhams.
From Belleek, set in the tranquil, green landscape west of Fermanagh, to the bustling medieval city of Limerick, the lakelands and inland waterways are an open invitation to come and explore.