Royal Albert

You can Royal Albert Albert Works, named after Prince Albert, Queen Victoria's Consort, was purchased by Thomas Wild Sr. and his son, Thomas C. Wild in 1896, which already had a successful 50 year production history. Thomas Wild produced a range of Commemorative Pieces for Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubile, which led to the presentation of a Royal Warrant, in 1897. A Royal Warrant gives companies the authority to display the royal arms, indicating that goods or services of quality are supplied to the sovereign or a specified member of the royal family. As a result of the Royal Warrant and its many links to the Royal Household, Thomas Wild took the name Royal Albert for his line of finely crafted bone china teaware in 1904. Since its registration in 1906, the Royal Albert company has created iconic and timeless patterns that have graced tables that have spanned decades and borders.use this widget to input text into the page.