Royal Albert Teaware Designs with a Supermodel Touch Recently Launched

A supermodel designing teacups? Well, sorta. Might just go to show that Miranda Kerr is more than another pretty face. An angelic face at that (she is a former Victoria’s Secret Angel model). Her designs, manufactured by the renowned pottery firm of Royal Albert, were unveiled in Sydney, Australia, on May 16th. The designs featured …

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The Thrill of Seeing a Teapot Like One You Have Posted Somewhere Online

If you spend quite a bit of time online, especially on social media sites following some of your fave companies (like the owners of this blog), sooner or later you’re going to see a photo of some teapot just like one you own. It happened to me the other day and was significant in part …

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Teaware Patterns: Royal Albert Old Country Roses

Certain patterns used in pottery have quite a history. Old Country Rose from Royal Albert is one of them. It is one of a bunch of patterns, mainly florals, that the company has produced for the past 118 years, and it is the best known. The Royal Albert pottery, established in 1896 in Stoke-on-Trent, pays …

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Royal Albert Roses for Your Table

One of the most sought after and exquisite china lines is Royal Albert. Their beauty and fine detailing bring a real aesthetic to any table. Founded around 1896 by Thomas Clark Wild in Longton, Stoke-on-Trent, England, and trading under the name “Royal Albert,” the company specialized in creating bone china tea and breakfast sets with …

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