This fine and delicate porcelain china cup and saucer was made by Belleek Pottery Company of Fermanagh County, Ireland. This vase is part of the company's traditional shamrock with basket weave pattern dinnerware set in fine translucent porcelain. The vase has the company's characteristic golden yellow luster glaze inside. It has the third black mark, which was used from 1926 to 1946. It stands 6 1/4 inches tall
It has no cracks, chips, crazing or repairs, but was used, and you can see a little dirt inside the vase in the corners. It is a slightly uneven on the bottom, so it can rock back and forth ever so slightly. This is a hand painted piece, and the design has been made for decades, but it is very hard to find with a black mark. Some pictures are taken with a flash, some with incandescent light.