Belleek is a small village in County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland and is famous for its pottery work, it is a famous company dealing in porcelain which produces excellent products that are compact, iridescent and artistic. Belleek collections are elegant and an example of finesse and artistry.
The company has produced beautiful Celtic patterns characterized by the early designs in Europe. Many products are handmade and the craftsmanship is brilliant. Celtic designs generally evolve intricate mesh, braiding patterns and knots. They symbolize eternity through embossed symbols. When the designs are surrounded by circle, it gives a greater meaning to the circle of life emphasizing the message.
Similarly the designs of Claddagh mugs originated from the Irish culture and heritage. The mugs were handmade in Ireland. The Claddagh pattern displays an ancient Celtic design which symbolizes love, friendship and loyalty. The heart represents love, the crown represents loyalty and the hands represent friendship.