Here is the lovely Royal Albert Bone China Centennial Rose pattern in a Two Handled Candy Dish. Created for Canada's Centennial in 1967, the Centennial Rose pattern features coral pink roses with yellow-tipped petals. The largest bouquet with large blossoms, buds, and green leaves adorns the inside rim and bottom of one side of the bowl, with a smaller matching sprays opposite. A narrow gold band edges the flared and fluted rim, with an extra curve of gold on the cut out handles.
These sweet little bonbon measures 5-7/8 inches by 3-3/4 inches and 1-1/4 inches deep.
The back stamp is a miniature of the rose motif followed by "Royal Albert" in deep pink, "Bone China England" in green, "Centennial®" in a concave semicircle, and finished with the word "Rose."
This pattern was produced by Royal Albert China from Canada's Centennial Year in 1967 to 1981. There is minimal wear on the gold, especially on the handles. There are no other condition issues.