Royal Albert Lady Hamilton Coffee Set


Royal Albert China is synonymous with fine china tableware. Its origins date back to 1896 when Thomas Wild bought a factory in Stoke-on-Trent called Albert Works. After only one year of production a Royal Warrant was given, having produced a range of commemorative pieces for Queen Victoria’s Diamond Jubilee. From 1920 the infamous Royal Albert floral style developed, taking inspiration from the English cottage garden.

Royal Albert’s pattern Lady Hamilton is the star of any table – Emma, Lady Hamilton, was a notorious figure in 18th-century England and her namesake pattern from Royal Albert reflects the elegant style of this bold adventuress. Famous both as the mistress of Lord Nelson, the hero of the Battle of Trafalgar, and the artistic muse of English painter George Romney, Lady Hamilton influenced fashion in dress, home décor, and even dinner party menus in England during the Regency period.

Fine Bone China Tableware – Registered number: 832394

Description: Malvern Ribbed Shape, Maroon Border, Floral

Status: Discontinued. (1939 – 1999)

All pieces are first quality.


1 Coffee Pot – 6 cup

6 Cups – 6 cm x 8 cm

6 Saucers – 12.5 cm diameter

1 Creamer – 8.5 cm x 9.5 cm

1 Open Sugar – 5.5 cm x 8 cm

Excellent condition.


1 in stock


Discover a vintage dream with our delightful collection of Royal Albert. Named after Prince Albert, who later became King George VI in 1936, the Staffordshire pottery became known for its distinctively English and globally popular style of tea wares.

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