Floral-print china is a timeless choice, and these springtime selections will make your meals that much happier.

Floral Dinnerware for the Anglophile

Founded in 1815, Royal Doulton has always been proud of its English heritage and its distinctly English look, from very formal, ornate gold-rimmed patterns to its fun, simple dinnerware. We especially like the Royal Albert New Country Roses Blue, which features a playfully askew crown. This is the china we imagine Kate Middleton likes to sip her tea out of when she's with her girls, enjoying a sticky-toffee pudding.

"Royal Albert New Country Roses Blue," 5-piece place setting for $115, Royal Doulton

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Photo: Courtesy of Royal Doulton

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