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Quintessentially English, Royal Albert China and Collectibles continue a long-standing legacy of quality tableware and ceramics. With a pedigree dating back to 1896, Royal Albert (a division of Royal Doulton) is known by collectors as an exuberant, feminine brand of table and giftware. This collection’s legacy began in a small pottery business located on a string of six towns in England known as the Stoke-on-Trent or “The Potteries” for their distinct wares.

You might recognize the Old Country Roses, a delicate floral print that is among the most popular dinnerware patterns in the world. Combining romance and tradition, the ever popular Old Country Roses bone china is inspired by Victorian-era design. It features the beauty of delicate English tea roses in bold shades of red, pink and yellow, and is encircled by a band of 22k gold. True to its brand heritage, craftsmanship and quality remain paramount within this collection. Be swept away to elegant dinner parties with lovely, classic bone china designs from Royal Albert China and Collectibles.

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Official Ambassador and on-air guest Michael Doulton is the great, great grandson of the founder, Royal Doulton. Michael became honorary president of the Royal Doulton International Collectors Club in 1980, and has more than 30 years experience to share with you. You're cordially invited to join Michael on a journey back in time when afternoon tea was all the rage. A spot has been set just for you!

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Set the stage for elegant hosting and stylish tea time with Royal Albert china. Each tasteful item in this collection makes sipping and socializing feel special, whether you enjoy coffee or tea, an intimate gathering or a lovely luncheon. The sophistication of old English tableware is found in delicate porcelain tea cups, coffee cups, biscuit jars and serving trays—each designed with intricate floral details and crafted with care to bring charm to your table. Bone white ceramics have long been a classic part of the home tradition, and will continue to bring grace to occasions from this generation to the next.