Featuring 5 different designs, this Set of 5 Teacups and Saucers is part of the 100 Years Of Royal Albert collection. A stunning combination of bold and bright designs to make any afternoon tea perfectly vintage makes the 100 Years Of Royal Albert collection effortlessly timeless. The collection was introduced in 2006 to celebrate Royal Albert's 100th Anniversary. The collection was revitalized in 2016 with new sets and 3 new patterns, allowing you to have a piece of history in your very own home.
- 10-piece set
- Service for 5
Material & Care
- Bone china
- Hand wash
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