The history of Royal Albert can be traced back over a century to a tiny ceramic business founded by Thomas Wild in 1896 in Longton, one of the six towns that make up Stoke-on-Trent, also known as The Potteries. This well-known brand started as a family company. Because of Thomas and his sons – Fred and Tom (‘TC’) – skill and hard work, the company became known for bone china tea and breakfast sets. Only in 1970 did the company known as Thomas C. Wild & Sons Ltd formally alter its name to Royal Albert. Then, two years later, the Royal Doulton Group absorbed the entire Allied English Potteries, which was ultimately swept up by the Wedgwood Group. The new Wedgwood Group now owns Royal Albert bone china England. Royal Doulton has previously taken a ‘designer' approach to the business, collaborating with designers such as Zandra Rhodes that we should watch for as a future collectible. Gorgeous 2-Piece Set is Decorated with Gilt Edge, Floral Festoons & Early Greek Motifs. Set consists of x1 Saucer & x1 Side plate and comes in Solid Condition with Original Maker’s Decals from C.1940s.
Dimensions: 138D x 27H mm (Saucer)
176D x 16H mm (Side Pate)
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