Royal Albert, old country roses theezak of bonbon bordje


De diameter is 11,5 cm


Now considered the most popular china pattern in the world, Old Country Roses came into being in 1962, designed by Harold Holdcroft, when the post World War II pottery industry was struggling to adapt and survive in the post war period.


By it's instant popularity, it provided a needed boost to Royal Albert, a pottery owned and operated by Thomas C. Wild and Sons, Ltd. who had operated since 1896.


The original backstamp was this one, and it was in use from 1962-1974


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Royal Albert, old country roses theezak of bonbon bordje

  • Model: Royal Albert, old country roses theezak of bonbon bordje
  • Beschikbaarheid: 6
  • € 8,00


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