100 Years Mug - 1970 Poppy

$28
( 9 reviews )

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  • Floral mug
  • Material: Fine Bone China
  • Capacity: 0.4L
  • Evocative of the Age of Aquarius
  • Decorated with bright coral orange and yellow floral motifs
  • Trimmed with lustrous 9ct gold
  • Celebrates Royal Albert’s 100th anniversary
  • Recommended hand washing only
  • More tableware available from Royal Albert

Add historical charm to your china collection with this 100 Years 1970 Poppy Mug from Royal Albert. Straight from Royal Albert’s archives, the Poppy pattern is evocative of the Age of Aquarius and the free spirits of the rebellious 1970s. Featuring bright coral orange and yellow floral motifs, it is finished with lustrous 9ct gold detailing and commemorates 100 years of the brand’s longevity and commitment to excellence.


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Jeanette Dunn, Streaky Bay
3 months ago
Excellent and lovely mugs
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Jeanette Dunn, Streaky Bay
3 months ago
Another beautiful product
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Jeanette Dunn, Streaky Bay
3 months ago
Simply lovely to look at and drink from
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Jeanette Dunn, Streaky Bay
3 months ago
The mug cannot be faulted
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Jeanette Dunn, Streaky Bay
3 months ago
A lovely even beautiful mug
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Jeanette Dunn, Streaky Bay
3 months ago
Very delicate and beautiful
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Jill, Wellington, New Zealand
4 months ago
A beautiful piece of china.
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Jill, Wellington, New Zealand
4 months ago
Another lovely piece for my display.
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4 months ago
Gorgeous gift for a friend that I don't want to unwrap again because it was difficult to wrap it as beautifully as Amara did.