Known as the world's most popular bone china, inspired by an English country garden, Royal Albert dates back to the late 1800's.
In 1896, Thomas Wild took over the Albert Works (named after the newly born Prince) in Longton, Stroke on Trent.
In 1897, Thomas Wild and Co. manufactured several commemorative pieces for Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee.
China produced at the factory in Stoke-on-Trent was initially called Albert Crown China. Royal was added in 1904
Royal Albert's Old Country Roses design has been around since 1962, selling over 150 million pieces. Old Country Roses is the world's bestselling bone china tableware pattern.
Thanks to Thomas Wild and his descendents, that Royal Albert became so widely known.
Royal Albert is easily distinctable due to its English style, full of charm, beauty and elegance.
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