Royal Albert

Royal Albert was the trading name of the firm founded by Thomas Clark Wild (T.C.W) in 1894. In 1972 Royal Albert was acquired by Royal Doulton but still traded under the Royal Albert back-stamp. In December 2002 Royal Doulton ceased Royal Albert production in England and moved production to Indonesia. Back-stamps from this time DO NOT have the word England in them.

An item that is classified as 1st quality means that it does not have any production faults. If it is classified as 2nd quality the back-stamp will be partly scratched out on the base.

The firm has always been known for it's fine quality bone china. "Made in England" pieces are now very desirable and a collectors item.

Patterns like "Old Country Roses"-designed by Harold Holdcroft in 1962 are very popular,in fact it is the most popular pattern of all time produced by Royal Albert. There is often confusion re back-stamps for the "Old Country Roses" pattern as back-stamps that say 1962 were NOT produced then.

The ORIGINAL back-stamp 1962-1973 is : Old Country Roses , Royal Albert ,Bone China, England  (These are the most desirable as they are the oldest)

1973-1993 is : Have added to the back-stamp c Royal Albert LTD 1962 OR c 1962 Royal Albert LTD (c is for copyright)

1993-2002 is : Have a r and Made in England or England in the stamp (r is for registered)

2003-              : These are NOT made in England


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