Featured China Pattern
Princeton by Royal Doulton
Princeton features whiteware done in Royal Doulton’s “Georgia” shape, accente
azure blue scrollwork,
deep blue bands, and
gold trim. The blithe scrolls that appear on each piece are further highlighted with
stylized designs of sea creatures and shells. The
design theme for this elegant pattern is in the
Rococo tradition. The word “Rococo” is a combination of the French word “racaille,” meaning shell, and “barocco,” the Italian word for Baroque. Applied art in the Rococo tradition is characterized by shell-like curves, playful use of color and line, and opulent ornamentation. Decorative arts from the Rococo period, which began in the early 18th century, focused on the playfulness and romanticism of the aristocratic lifestyle. Replacements, Ltd. carries a wide variety of place setting and serving pieces in this masterfully crafted dinnerware pattern. Start below to add the elegance, opulence, and playfulness of the Rococo period to your next dinner or special occasion with great pieces in
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