Striking Emerald Green Panels trimmed in gold are the predominant feature of this Royal Albert Bone China Teacup and Saucer. Numbered 1994, a pattern of four stylized heart-shaped panels of spring green outlined in gold with a pale yellow flower in the center, alternate with fountain bursts of gold on white. The design, as well as the rims of both pieces, are trimmed in gold. The handle and bottom 1/8-inch of the foot of the cup are also gilded.
The teacup measures 2-1/2 inches tall and 3-3/4 inches in diameter across the subtly scalloped rim, with another inch for the handle. It stands on a 1-3/4 inch foot. The matching saucer is 5-1/2 inches in diameter and turns up to be about 1-inch deep.
Made by Royal Albert China circa the 1950s, it is stamped with a black crown, followed by the words "Royal Albert" in block letters, "Bone China" in script, and "England" in smaller block letters. The pattern number, 1994, is hand painted in green.
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