The Irish historic collection
This collection, with pieces dating from the 1700s, is representative of all the major potteries in Ireland.
There are significant and unique pieces, amongst others;
Dublin delftware by Henry Delamain, excavated material and intact pots from the Downshire Pottery, Belfast and one of the finest collections of First Period and Second Period Belleek porcelain in the world.
Image Right: Downshire Pottery Ceramic Jug. BELUM. V2461. Click to enlarge.
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