Royal Albert® Old Country Roses Three-Piece Bone China Tea Set
This three-Piece Tea Set features a Teapot, Sugar Bowl and Cream Jug all decorated with the Old Country Roses signature motif of burgundy, pink and yellow roses, accented with lustrous gold banding. The best-selling dinnerware pattern in the world, the Old Country Roses pattern is practically synonymous with the name Royal Albert and a long-standing testament to timeless style and elegant craftsmanship.
From a picture-perfect tea set to a banquet-sized bowl, this Old Country Roses collection of serve-ware and serving dishes instantly elevates any affair. Since 1962, this English garden inspired design with its elegant Montrose shaping and hand-applied gold edging has been gracing tables the world over. It's something that's suited different lifestyles for decades past, and should continue to for decades to come.
Teapot w/ Lid: 8"H x 10.75"W x 7"D (42 oz)
Creamer Jug: 4.25"H x 5"W x 3.25"D (8 oz)
Sugar Bowl w/ Lid: 4.75"H x 5.5"W x 4.75"D
Care Instructions: China can be washed in a dishwasher at a maximum temperature of 149F degrees. The "short wash" or "china and crystal" cycle is sufficient for normal cleaning. Do not overload dishwasher, load china securely on racks so that the pieces do not touch each other. 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. Stubborn stains can be removed by soaking in a mild bleach solution for up to one hour.
It is safe to warm your fine bone china and fine china plates and serving dishes in the warming compartment of your oven up to 150F degrees. Never place china in contact with a direct flame or subject it to extreme temperature change. Pieces with a gold or platinum band or detail are not microwave safe. Fine china is suitable for use in both freezer and oven. 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.
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