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Royal Albert first introduced the 'Serena' pattern in 1945 and it is still a very popular pattern today. This trio is in the Malvern cup shape style which features the darling ring of roses pattern on the outside of the cup.

 

The 'Rockingham' pattern was produced by Paragon in a number of colour ways and is designed in the character of the eighteenth century rococo style porcelain produced by the original Rockingham Potteries in Swinton, South Yorkshire. This trio dates between 1932 and 1939 and has the pattern on the inside of the cup – a handsome pheasant surrounded by a floral pattern and bordered by a salmon pink scrolled edge border in true rococo style.

 

This trio dates from somewhere between the late 1940’s and the early 1950’s. It is so elegant in it plainness – plain pink on the outside, a delicate gold rim on the inside of the cup and lavish gilding on the cup foot. Mix and match this trio with our pastel patterns and plains.

Three trios are available for hire in this pattern.

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Royal Albert first introduced the 'Serena' pattern in 1945 and it is still a very popular pattern today. This trio is in the Avon cup shape style which features the darling ring of roses pattern repeated inside the cup.

 

This trio is a favourite of Heirloom’s. Royal Albert originally established the forget-me-not patterns in the late 1940’s early 1950’s and there have been varying versions of it over time. It is a delicate pattern – pastel pink with a spray of forget-me-nots featured on the plate, saucer and the inside of the cup. The 'Hampton' shaped cup is lavishly gilded on handle and foot and has embossed detail on the outer rim of the cup.

 

Royal Albert first introduced the 'Lady Carlyle' pattern in 1944 and it has been popular ever since. It is the prettiest romantic floral pattern featuring an intricate floral posy design of roses, bluebells, and forget-me-not's enveloped in a deep pink border with elaborate gold scrolling in eighteenth century rococo style. The cup is Avon shape.

 

This trio dates to the mid 1950’s. It has a very pretty pink and gold border with a sweet pattern of tiny buds – very delicate.

Three trios are available for hire in this pattern. This is a very similar pattern to our Royal Albert trio code 01-P19.

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This pattern is called ‘Mailady’ and was introduced by Royal Albert between 1940 and 1950. This version of the pattern features an all over gold chintz pattern on saucer and plate with the ‘Mailady’ bouquet of pink and apricot roses in the centre. The rose pattern is repeated inside the Avon shaped cup.

One trio is available for hire in this pattern.

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This Gladstone pattern is called ‘Apricot Rose’ and features a bouquet of apricot/yellow and deep pink roses on a white background with gold trim. The back stamp dates between 1946 and 1961, but we think the pattern has the feel of the 1950’s/1960’s and probably dates towards the end of the 1950s.

One trio is available for hire in this pattern.

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This sweet unmarked trio features posies of roses and forget-me-nots on a wide lemon band trimmed with a lavish gold pattern.

One trio is available for hire in this pattern.

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