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Queen's Platinum Jubilee Cup and Saucer

Queen's Platinum Jubilee Cup and Saucer

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The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee collection celebrates 70 years since HRH Queen Elizabeth the Second’s Ascension. The intricately hand-drawn design was inspired by the magnificent dress worn by The Queen during her Coronation in 1953 featuring embroidered flowers from across the Commonwealth including the Tudor rose (England), thistle (Scotland), leek (Wales), shamrock (Ireland), wattle (Australia), maple leaf (Canada), fern (New Zealand), protea (South Africa), lotus flowers (India and Ceylon) and wheat, cotton, and jute (Pakistan).

Using traditional craftsmanship up to 20 pairs of hands can be involved in making each mug. This includes attaching each handle skilfully by hand.

- Hand-crafted using Cornish Clay in Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, UK, the heart of the 'Potteries'.
- Made by Duchess China 1888, exclusively for Victoria Eggs.
- Fine bone china

- Dimensions: Tea Cup Height : 74 mm, Top Width : 92 mm, Bottom Width : 47 mm, Capacity : 192 ml, Weight : 153 grams. Tea Saucer Diameter : 142 mm, Weight : 138 grams

As seen in Good Housekeeping Magazine.