Royal Albert Old Country Roses
Thought to be the best selling dinnerware pattern in the World, Old Country Roses is synonymous with the name Royal Albert. Designed by Harold Holdcroft in 1962, Old Country Roses was inspired by a typical English country garden with flowers in bloom and is recognized by its signature clusters of roses in deep red, bright pink and warm yellow, offset by brilliant stippled gold rims and accents. Made from pure white bone china, the pattern features a flamboyant, curvaceous fluted shape, with twisting, curling handles. Despite its longevity the patterns continued success is in part due to Royal Albert’s commitment to maintain its appeal though updating and new pieces added to the range. In the main collection Old Country Roses Giftware
has been extended in 2016 to include a rose bowl, large vase, lidded box and divided tray. The tealight holder has been joined by a holder for a pillar candle. The introduction of serving pieces is also new for 2016. The Devilled Egg Tray and Turkey Platter are just two of the pieces introduced. The Old Country Roses Tableware Collection
includes all you need for entertaining with style. Five sizes of plates, four styles of bowls, a selection of cups, saucers, mugs, teapots, jugs, sugar bowls and serving pieces makes this Royal Albert’s most extensive collection. Ageless, timeless and still as popular today as it was over 50 years ago, Royal Albert Old Country Roses is available at Kings and Queens at a very competitive 20% off normal retail price.