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Happy Birthday Ma’am from Royal Crown Derby

Saturday, the 9th of June marks the outstanding occasion of Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II and her official birthday.

In celebration of the Queen’s 92nd birthday, why not experience a Luxury Afternoon Tea – fit for a Queen – in the 1750 Tea Room on the actual day, Saturday, 9 June. Booking essential. For more information please click to our Facebook page.

Most admired and the longest serving Queen of England, she has reigned for 65 years on the throne, as well as being the first British monarch to celebrate a Sapphire Jubilee in 2017 also commemorating the occasion of her 70th wedding anniversary, known as the platinum wedding anniversary as tradition in the UK in the same year with a commemorative collection including the Majestic Love Birds Pair as a limited edition of 500.

 

The Majestic Love Birds Pair - Royal Crown Derby

 Her Majesty is a wife, a mother, a grandmother and a great-grandmother and her family extends to having eight grandchildren and six great-grandchildren with the recent birth of Prince Louis to the Duke & Duchess of Cambridge last month.

Royal Crown Derby are renowned for producing Royal Commemoratives since the Coronation of King George III in 1761 and for those collectors of commemorative fine bone china to mark each occasion including the most recent of Royal weddings of the new Duke & Duchess of Sussex, better known as Harry and Meghan. You can view the collection here.

Royal Visit - Royal Crown Derby

At Royal Crown Derby, there is a long-standing relationship with the Queen since she visited the Osmaston Road site back in 1947 as a young Princess Elizabeth.

Royal Pinxton Rose - Royal Crown Derby

The archival pattern of the Royal Pinxton Rose Tableware Collection on a fluted ‘Royal’ shape was designed as a 120-piece dinner service and gifted to Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip during their first visit to Derby as a married couple in 1957.

Since then, Royal Crown Derby have produced commemorative collections in celebration of the Queen’s momentous occasions.  Why not take a look at the latest Royal Commemorative Collections here.

Posted by Fiona Atkinson on 07/06/2018 09:00