Here is the Royal Albert Bone China American Beauty Sugar to match the oval creamer listed separately at Maggie Belle's Memories. A large American Beauty rose in colors shading from pink to red decorates the front and the back of the bowl. Backed by greenery and accented with gold-colored leaves, a pink bud reaches out horizontally from the spray on one side. A single matching blossom is on the other side. The rim is scalloped and trimmed with brushed gold, and the four tiny embossed feet are also decorated with gold scrolls.
This oval open sugar measures 2-1/4 inches high and 4-inches long by 3-1/4 inches wide.
The back stamp is a black crown, followed by the words "Royal Albert" in block letters, "Bone China" in script, and "England" in smaller block letters. This mark was used by Royal Albert China circa the 1970s. The floral Bone China mark found on the matching creamer was used from 1941 to 1998, though the Crown China stamp (used on many other matching pieces) for this pattern dates to as early as 1927.
There are a couple of stray dark marks on the side that may be cleanable, and a bit of gold is missing from the front of the rim. This is not a chip, and can be clearly seen in the photos. There are no other condition issues.