Royal Albert Prairie Rose Bone China Vintage Teapot
Here is a pretty teapot in the Prairie Rose pattern from England’s Royal Albert Bone China.
This is a vintage piece made in England between 1980 and 1981.
This pattern was popular in the province of Alberta (Canada). This is because it depicts groupings of the very pink wild rose blossom which is also Alberta’s provincial floral emblem.
The bloom of the simply petalled wild rose is short lived in the spring among patches of wild flowers in outdoor Alberta. It is nicely portrayed in the imagery of this pattern.
The florals are bright and pink, the gold trim is intact, and the ceramic is in excellent condition with no chips or cracks.
Well made and well preserved. This tea pot and lid show no noticeable wear.
Perfect to dress up your display case.
Ready to make tea when you are.
The perfect match for vintage, victorian, oldfashioned, and steampunk fans.
Images of the actual item described have been used in this listing.
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