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Started in 1775 by John Aynsley in Longton England , (died in 1829) who soon developed a reputation as a master potter and a well-known decorator of creamwares and other pottery.Aynsley used local Staffordshire clay and elaborate designs created from his own engravings to gain popularity in Stoke-on-Trent. He later turned the business over to his son, James Aynsley.

The outside of the teacup is white with a gold band around the base, centre of the cup and rim as well as on the hand.The set you have is a lovely design - very simple but able to give you great pleasure to use or simply admire.You were correct in the earlier of your estimations of date.During this period Belleek also used impressed mark, with the words "BELLEEK, CO.FERMANAGH" or "BELLEEK", or a small impressed mark of a harp or harp and crown.

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