Royal Albert Fine Bone China is steeped in heritage and vintage credibility, Royal Albert takes great pride in delivering attention to detail and exquisite styling.
“What is the difference between porcelain and bone china?
High quality fine bone china contains at least 30% bone ash, enabling thin, walled pieces to be made with a more delicate appearance and translucency compared to porcelain, and allowing for greater chip resistance and durability. It also has warmer hues, whereas porcelain tends to be brighter. “
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Fine Bone China is made from up to 36% bone ash and dries out. You need to soak your china in water for up to an hour at least once per year to avoid it becoming brittle and cracking.
Royal Albert Tea Set Care Guide and 10 Essential Tips
Thinking of having tea time with your special loved ones anytime soon? You don’t have to be English to enjoy the idea of enjoying a cup of tea with your friends or loved ones.
What better way to enjoy your afternoon tea time with your friends and loved ones than having your Royal Albert tea set ready to impress them.
Royal Albert offer more than beautiful floral designs and pretty pastels and unique patterns.
If you own a Royal Albert teacup then you know how valuable and precious piece they are to have that’s why they need extra care to maintain and clean.
Following these simple and easy ways to clean and maintain your Royal Albert tea set to keep them looking new will let you enjoy and create more good memories with them for many years to come.
How to clean your Royal Albert tea set
Tea is a wonderful beverage that is enjoyed by many today whether English or not. If you favor drinking your favorite tea with your Royal Albert bone china tea ware, then you’ll know that stains on them are inevitable and can easily build up over time.
Just as you are ready to deal with the stains, you’ll notice that removing them will not be that simple because stains can be stubborn and hard to remove.
Fortunately, there’s an easy fix for this.
Heres’s how to care for and clean your fine bone china.
1. Tea and coffee removal.