Beautiful Coxon Belleek china

Rare Coxon Belleek 1927-1931, D 1009 GE.

Smooth edge shape with everted rim. Foliated flowers pattern in outline transfer painted by hand in color enamels featuring swags and garlands of brightly colored flowers in shades of orange, yellow, pinkish purple, and red around the border surrounding a central bouquet of flowers with foliage in colors of pinkish purple, blue, orange, and red on the saucer. The cup features the same swags and garlands of flowers on the interior but features a thin green accent band outside the cup. 

"Coxon Belleek" back stamp of Coxon Belleek Pottery, Wooster, Ohio. An elegant pattern of very fine American Belleek porcelain. "The quality of Coxon Belleek is considered as fine as any American Belleek... Coxon was quite expensive for the times...Prices for Coxon Belleek are high today. Examples are scarce due to the short time of production" (p.45, Gaston's American Belleek (1984). 

Mostly excellent condition. Some pieces look slightly faded. No damage of an1y kind. No chips, cracks, hairlines, nor restorations.

The back stamp on the teacup is the Coxon Belleek mark. 

#15-10” Dinner plates

#12 - 8” Salad plates

#13 ”- 6" Bread plates
#10 - 8” Soup bowls
#27 - 5” Saucers
#11 - 6” Saucers
#5 - 5” Demitasse cups with saucers
#7 - 4” Tea cups
#13 - 4” Coffee cups
#11 - 3 1/2” Two handled cups—cream soup bowls
#1 - Sugar bowl
#2 - 8” Oblong serving dishes
#1 - 8 1/2” Oblong serving dish 
#2 - 10” Oblong serving dishes
#1 - Creamer with small chip
#11 - 7” Oval platter
#14 - 7” Dessert dishes
Prices go from $5 to $30 depending on piece.  Please contact Marianne at mlrichwine@comcast.net for more information.