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Royal Albert makes over archive prints for sweet new Candy Collection

by Special Promotions Team - Celia Ng on May 14, 2015 in Perspective Promotions , Products
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Royal Albert makes over archive prints for sweet new Candy Collection

Royal Albert makes over archive prints for sweet new Candy Collection

Royal Albert’s new Candy Collection is perfect for all those who have a penchant for all things sweet and beautiful

Royal Albert has unveiled its fun new Candy Collection, with vibrant colours and playful designs which make it this season's must-have for any fashion follower. The brand's signature florals are used in four new designs along with a little white rabbit — just like Alice in Wonderland, don't be late for a very important date! For this brand new range of quality bone china, Royal Albert has taken some of its most beloved archive prints and given them a modern make-over. The result? A bold collection with unique, standout designs, used across a whole selection of individual items.

One of the more detailed patterns in the range, 'Honey Bunny', features a vibrant turquoise background adorned with floral print and bunny motifs

One of the more detailed patterns in the range, Honey Bunny, features a vibrant turquoise background adorned with floral print and bunny motifs

 

Combining a bold magenta border with multi-coloured floral prints, 'Sitting Pretty' is a lively, eye-catching design on a fresh mint green background

Combining a bold magenta border with multi-coloured floral prints, Sitting Pretty is a lively, eye-catching design on a fresh mint green background

For more information, see www.royalalbert.com.

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