Royal Tara Shard Pin/Pendant
This piece has been crafted from a contemporary Royal Tara teacup by Una Deloughy “Royal Treasure.” I recovered the shard and made this piece in Ireland. Features a dualback allowing it to be worn as a pin or a pendant. Measures 2″ x 1″
About Royal Tara
Royal Tara began making fine bone china in Galway in 1953. Their Book of Kells and shamrock designs quickly became souvenir favorites and could be found in homes around the world. While their shamrock design never went out of fashion, they introduced a new Book of Kells-inspired pattern called Royal Treasure which has become collectible. In the early 2000s, the Royal Tara factory closed its doors. However, the company continues to design several lines of china which are produced outside of Ireland and include the Clara Ceramics and Islandcraft labels.