Royal Albert - Tea set for 6, Provincial Flowers - Art Deco - Porcelain, Bone China

Description
Royal Albert - Tea set for 6, Provincial Flowers - Art Deco - Porcelain, Bone China
England - 1975 - 2001

VERY RARE ROYAL Albert PROVINCIAL FLOWER

Pitcher Plant Pattern

Newfoundland and Labrador - Although it was not declared the provincial flower of Newfoundland and Labrador until 1954, this strange plant appeared on the Newfoundland penny during the late 1880s. The pitcher plant is found primarily in bogs and marshland throughout the province. It has a large wine-red flower with a red and gold centre, and hollow pitcher-shaped leaves are attached to the base of the stem. An insectivorous plant, it feeds off the insects that become trapped inside when the leaves fill with water.
PITCHER PLANT

1975 to 2001

Cup Shape: Gainsborough


6 cups
6 saucers
6 salad plates
cups are 3" x 3.3/4"
saucers are 5.1/2"
salad plates are 8.1/2"

This set is in great vintage condition synonymous with age, with no chips, cracks or crazing and only minor signs of previous use.

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Lot details
Object
Provincial Flowers, Tea set for 6
Material
Bone China, Porcelain
Manufacturer/ Brand
Royal Albert
Model/ Name
Provincial Flowers
Style
Art Deco
Estimated Period
1975 - 2001
Country of Origin
England
Condition
Excellent condition - barely used with minimal signs of aging & wear
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