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Royal Albert Old Country Roses 20-Piece Dinnerware
Royal Albert Old Country Roses 20-Piece Dinnerware
Royal Albert Old Country Roses 20-Piece Dinnerware
Royal Albert Old Country Roses 20-Piece Dinnerware

Royal Albert Old Country Roses 20-Piece Dinnerware Set, Service for 4 - IOLCOR00840

Product ID : 2308191
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Galleon Product ID 2308191
UPC / ISBN 798901568858
Shipping Weight 13.82 lbs
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Model IOLCOR00840
Manufacturer Royal Albert
Shipping Dimension 15.75 x 14.57 x 10.35 inches
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Brand Royal Albert
Color White, Gold, Red, Green, Yellow
Is Autographed 0
Package Quantity 1
Size Set With Bread Plates
UPC 798901568858
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Royal Albert Old Country Roses 20-Piece Dinnerware Features

  • Old Country Roses Collection by Royal Albert.

  • This 20-Piece Place Setting includes everything needed for four guest's full dinner service; each setting consisting of three beautiful fine china plates and a cup with saucer.

  • Inspired by the quintessentially English country garden with roses in full bloom.

  • Old Country Roses is Royal Albert's most successful pattern and collector's love to add to their collection.

  • Pristine white bone china with vivid glazes and 22-carat gold trim.

  • Washing by hand is recommended and is not microwave safe.

  • This is a perfect gift to give!

  • Made in Indonesia

  • Measures Dinner plate: 10.5", Salad Plate 8", Bread & Butter Plate: 6.3", Teacup: 4.3", Saucer: 5.5".

  • Included components: 4 Dinner Plates, 4 Salad Pl, 4 Butter Pl, 4 Cups and Saucers

  • Item shape: Round


About Royal Albert Old Country Roses 20-Piece Dinnerware

Royal Albert's "Old Country Roses" tableware design is one of the most popular bone china patterns of all time. It has sold over 150 million pieces since it was introduced in 1962. The success of Royal Albert, founded in 1896, billows from its quintessentially English grace and elegance and its sense of timeless, romantic fantasy.