Royal Albert’s Old Country Roses is the best-selling bone china pattern in the world. In 1962, the Royal Albert Company introduced a new china pattern...
Holding a Brown Betty teapot is like holding a bit of British history in your hand.
Check out favorite blue and white teapots from the pages of TeaTime.
Like all classics that have endured the test of time, Wedgwood china has a rich history steeped in its surrounding culture.
Long before the invention of epoxy glue, craftsmen used a variety of techniques to repair porcelain.
Replacements, Ltd.’s Chris Kirkman explains the finer points of replacing lost, damaged, or missing pieces of china.
In 2008, the Royal Doulton Company celebrated the centennial of its Royal Albert Collection with the release of a distinctive pattern from each decade of the collection’s existence.