Royal Albert New Country Roses Vintage Plate 20cm, Pink

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Vibrant and vivacious, New Country Roses is a beautiful new addition to the vintage patterns that have made Royal Albert famous the world over.

Youthful and exuberant, this Formal Vintage 8.3" (20cm) salad plate is rendered in fine bone china, and combines classic form with intricate detailing, vibrant colors and a lustrous gold rim.

Dimensions and Details

Dimensions: 20cm diameter

Material: Fine bone china

Care and Use

Every precious piece of Royal Albert is something to be treasured and handed down. Like any legacy, caring for your products will keep them in pristine condition so that they can inspire future generations. Below is a guide to help you keep your Royal Albert as wonderful as the day you ordered it.

Prior to first use:

Remove all labels and soak in hot soapy water. Rinse well and dry thoroughly with a soft cloth.

Tableware durability:

Our bone and fine china products are very durable and when properly cared for, will last for many years. It is sage to warm your fine bone china and fine china plates and serving dishes in the warming compartment of your oven up to 65C (150F). Never place china in contact with a direct flame or subject it to extreme temperature change. Pieces with a gold band or detail are not microwave safe. Fine bone china should not be used for cooking purposes. Fine china is suitable for use in the freezer.

Washing by hand:

When washing by hand, avoid using scouring pads and/or abrasive detergents. Most stains can be removed by soaking the item in warm water before washing. Teapot and coffee pot stains can be removed with a well branded cleaning solution such as Barkeepers Friend, and toothpaste will remove "pencil marks" caused by minute mineral deposits from cutlery.

Royal Albert items should not be washed in a dishwasher.

Hard water:

In hard water areas, deposits may form on your tableware over a period if the water is allowed to dry on the ware. These soluble deposits can easily be removed with a 50/50 solution of vinegar and water.

Storing tableware:

Avoid storing plates directly on top of each other, as this may scratch the surface. Store with plate dividers or napkins separating each plate. A china storage protector would be the optimum choice. Do not slide plates out from the bottom of the stack; always lift them from the top.

Enjoy everyday:

Our tableware is made for everyday use. All new patterns are put through an exhaustive series of tests to ensure that colours are as hard wearing as possible. Quality checks are constantly carried out to monitor the ability of the ware to resist the rigours of day-to-day use.

About The Brand

Royal Albert is completely 'passionate about florals'.

Royal Albert has been dedicated to English grace, elegance, and romance since Victorian times. The story of Royal Albert stretches back over one hundred years to a small pottery business established by Thomas Wild, in Longton - one of the six towns that make up Stoke-on-Trent, "The Potteries".

Established in 1896, Royal Albert is inspired by everything English- the country garden and England's national flower, the rose. Quintessentially English, Royal Albert Gifts, Fine China & Tableware are both traditional and avant-garde.

One of the most famous Royal Albert patterns is Old Country Roses. Launched in 1962, Old Country Roses was based on an older Royal Albert Pattern called Kings Ransom and continues to be one of the best selling fine bone china patterns in the world - selling more than 150 million pieces since its introduction.