Queen's Platinum Jubilee
Celebrate the Queen's Platinum Jubilee in style with this beautiful range of hand drawn homeware by designer Victoria Eggs
The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee collection celebrates 70 years since HRH Queen Elizabeth the Second’s coronation. The intricately hand-drawn design was inspired by the magnificent dress worn by The Queen during her Coronation in 1952.
Transporting us back to 1952, when thousands of people gathered to watch a young Princess Elizabeth take the throne, inspiration was taken from the magnificent dress the Queen wore.
The dress, which was designed by British fashion designer Norman Hartnell, featured embroidered flowers from countries within 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). Hartwell also managed to sneak one tiny small four-leaf clover, just where her hand would brush during the day, to bring the new monarch good luck.
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