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As china manufacturers they were said to rival Josiah Wedgwood for ceramic development and quality - known especially for Adams Ironstone but also made earthenwares, Parian, creamware, and Jasper wares. see Aynsley England Bone China page Founded 1859 in Beleek, N. Bloomfield was the local landowner who owned the village of Belleek.
The history of this firm of china manufacturers is unique.
Throughout its history, Belleek's survival was always a battle between the practical, inexpensive earthenware and the delicate, expensive china Belleek Parian ware. suffered a great deal during WW II - the most tragic history of all china manufacturers histories.
The fine Beleek Parian baskets with delicate woven bases and flowing floral decorations are the Belleek classics for collectors. Their current production concentrates on gift ware rather than figurines with a switch towards large vases and bowls.
Whether or not the artist was a real person or, if they were real, whether or not they actually sculpted the pieces is a moot point.
I personally know of at least one post-war Italian maker using the N backstamp who had English artists modelling the figures and then attributing the work to the ‘branded’ marketed Italian artist’s name.
Research has lead me to uncovering only little snippets of information here and there.
I have read about the following factories, but have no further details as yet: In the 1920’ and 30’s around Naples, apparently there was a flourishing of handmade porcelain flower factories.
We investigate the stories of the lesser known makers in our 'china chat' section.
King Charles of Naples married the granddaughter of Augustus II who, of course, founded Meissen.