Hand painted Belleek Lemonade / Cider Pitcher with (6) Matching TV Limoges Cups – CAC Belleek & TV Limoges ca. 1900-1907
From approximately the early 1880s to about 1930 several companies in the United States were producing fine porcelain. They called it "American Belleek" named so because they felt the quality of the porcelain was as good as that of the "Irish Belleek" but it was made in America; and the American market seemed prejudiced against china and porcelain made in the US so they called it "Belleek. This was the case despite the fact that Irish Belleek is not truly porcelain. Irish Belleek only requires one firing.
Backstamp: mark for Pitcher - CAC (Ceramic Art Company Trenton NJ). Ca 1889-1906
Mark for Cups: Tressemann & Vogt (TV Limoges Mark 7) Measures: Pitcher - 5 3/4 H X 9 1/2" W inc handle. Cups 4" H x 3 W
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