Royal Albert Old Country Roses Teapot


Old Country Roses originally launched in 1962 and is now renowned for being synonymous with Royal Albert and fabulous British tea parties. The motifs of burgundy, pink and yellow roses were inspired by a quintessentially English country garden in full bloom, designed in flamboyant flair and accented with lustrous gold banding.

Teapot – marked with the original back stamp used during the 1960s.

Approx. WIDTH 22 cm – HEIGHT 16 cm – VOLUME 800 ml

Excellent condition – looks unused


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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