Pretty vintage Royal Albert Bone China England porcelain tea trio. Titled Petit Point China, this trio includes a pastry plate, saucer and cup beautifully decorated with crochet/needle point flowers and gold trimmings.
The teacup is 7 cm, 10 cm long and 7,5 cm large.
The saucer as 14,5 cm of diameter
The pastry plate as 19,5 cm.
In 1896, Thomas Clark Wild purchased a pottery in Longton, Stoke on Trent, England, called Albert Works, which had been named the previous year in honor of the birth of Prince Albert, who became King George VI in 1936.
Using the brand name Albert Crown China, Thomas Wild and Co. produced commemorative porcelain coins for Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee in 1897 and 1904, having been granted a royal warrant.