Modelled by Mark Delf
Designed by Lisa Law
Dimensions:H: 9.5cm W: 15.0cm Diameter: 6.5cm
Introducing the Dove of Peace, the fifth and final piece in the War Commemorative Collection to mark the Centenary Anniversary of the First World War (1914 – 1918).
The Dove of Peace has been designed to significantly illustrate in delicate 22 carat gold detail a recognition story of remembrance.
Design worthy of remembrance with the soldiers returning from war, with a symbol of poppies to signify peace, three feathers representing a dream of hope, promise and peace and a scrolled message of ‘Lest We Forget’, noteworthy to complement the sundial with the figures 11:11 referencing ‘when the sun goes down we will remember them’ and the commemorative date together with two illustrative bells signifying the end of war which again will ring out in unison across England on the 11th November 2018 as a mark of respect.
With a heart pattern throughout and olive branches to emulate the wings of the dove, the design is completed with a wonderful pair of hands illustration designed around the body of the bird to signify a cupping of forgiveness whilst referencing the release of a dove representing freedom.
The Dove of Peace is produced with a gold stopper and an inscription fit for such a commemorative item, presented in its own gift box including a keepsake leaflet describing the remembrance design story of inspiration.