Royal Albert Old Country Roses 20-Piece Dinnerware Set

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  • Item Category: Ceramics
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Jan 28,2007
  • Channel: Online Auction

Auction Title : Royal Albert Old Country Roses 20-Piece Dinnerware Set, Service for 4
by Royal Doulton

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Auction Description: Royal Albert Old Country Roses 20-Piece Dinnerware Set, Service for 4 -BRAND NEW IN ORIGINAL PACKAGING
Imagine delighting your guest when entertaining with this BRAND NEW FIRST QUALITY 20 piece place setting from the Royal Albert Old Country Roses collection. Each piece is decorated with lavish red and gold rose bouquets on impeccable bone china and trimmed in 22k gold. This is a very beautiful and collectible set.

Contains:

Four 10 1/4" Dinner Plate Four 8 1/4" Salad Plate Four 6 1/2" Bread and Butter Plate Four Teacup and Saucer

Each Piece is:

First Quality Fine Bone China No Chips, Cracks, Nicks, Scratches or other damage CLICK THE STORE ICON TO VIEW ALL OF OUR ROYAL ALBERT PRODUCTS & OTHER EXCITING ITEMS

Through his vision and entrepreneurial genius Sir Henry Doulton (1820 - 1897) laid the foundations for what is now a modern, thriving, international company which distributes and sells to 80 different countries. Today, Royal Doulton embraces innovative technology, encourages individual artistry and is admired world-wide for its achievements and leadership within the industry.

Imagine the quite, setting of an English countryside. That beauty is brought to life in every exquisite piece of chinaware from Royal Doulton. The Old Country Roses theme captures the romance and elegance of roses in bloom.

Royal Albert Old Country Roses, Royal Doulton's signature pattern, sanctioned by the English thrown for Prince Albert was first designed by Harold Holdcroft in 1962. The Old Country Roses theme captures romance and elegance and inspired by English roses in full summer bloom with a lavish floral pattern. Since the pattern was introduced he has become the most popular pattern in the world, 42 years later t have been over 100 million pieces sold.

Roses were in such high demand during the 17th century that royalty considered roses as legal tender, and they were often used as barter and for payments. Napoleon's wife Josephine established an extensive collection of roses at Chateau de Malmaison, an estate seven miles west of Paris in the 1800s. Royal Albert Is So Lovely We Have A Hard Time Keeping It In Stock

What a wonderful gift for Anniversaries, Birthdays, Mother's Day and Weddings and Christmas

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