Here are lovely thistle blossoms on an Open Sugar Bowl by Royal Albert in the Brigadoon pattern. Blue and purple thistles with green to brown leaves trail around this fluted bowl. Teacups were made in this pattern on the Montrose shape, and the shape of this bowl echoes that design. The rim is edged with gold, and the foot has two narrow bands of gold.
This snowy white bone china sugar bowl measures 4-3/8 inches in diameter and 2-1/4 inches tall.
It is marked "Royal Albert, Bone China, England" in olive green, with Brigadoon arched below in block letters highlighted in blue. The backstamp is topped by a miniature of the thistle motif.
This pattern was introduced by Royal Albert in 1963 and continued production through the 1990s.
There is a 1/2-inch space on the outside of the bowl of faint, narrow, gray marks like utensil marks. There are no other condition issues.