Queen releases commemorative souvenirs to mark Platinum Jubilee

Queen releases commemorative souvenirs to mark Platinum Jubilee with a purple colour scheme inspired by her coronation robes – including £150 plate, £95 gold-trimmed bauble and £2.95 shortbread tin

  • A new commemorative range of chinaware to celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee has gone on sale
  • Purple design and colour scheme of the range take inspiration from Her Majesty’s Robe of Estate, worn on her Coronation Day with central feature a coat of arms with the national emblems of the UK included
  • Prices range from £150 for a plate, £65 for a teacup and saucer to £2.95 for a mini tube of Scottish shortbread biscuits

A new commemorative range of chinaware to celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee has gone on sale.

The set, produced by the Royal Collection Trust, includes crockery made by hand using English fine bone china and methods and techniques that are 250 years old.

The collection was made in Stoke-on-Trent to mark next year’s Platinum Jubilee – which celebrates the royal’s 70 years on the throne. 

The design and colour scheme of the range take inspiration from Her Majesty’s Robe of Estate, worn on her Coronation Day on June 2 1953.

Set against a purple background, it features golden ears of olive and wheat and leaves, symbolising peace and plenty.

The central feature is a coat of arms with the national emblems of the UK, consisting of roses, shamrocks, thistles and daffodils.

It is framed by a circular border of oak leaves, an emblem of strength, stability and longevity. Prices range from £150 for a plate, £65 for a teacup and saucer to £2.95 for a mini tube of Scottish shortbread biscuits.

Products can be purchased online from the Royal Collection Trust website and will be sold in Royal Collection Trust shops at The Queen’s Gallery, Buckingham Palace, and on Buckingham Palace Road, and at Royal Collection Trust shops at Windsor Castle and the Palace of Holyroodhouse.

A new commemorative range of chinaware to celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee has gone on sale, including a £95 bauble (pictured). This fine porcelain bauble is decorated by hand in Staffordshire. Using traditional techniques unchanged for generations, each piece is finished in 22 carat gold

The set, produced by the Royal Collection Trust, includes crockery made by hand using English fine bone china and methods and techniques that are 250 years old. Pictured is the £150 plate

The collection was made in Stoke-on-Trent to mark next year’s Platinum Jubilee – which celebrates the royal’s 70 years on the throne. Pictured is the £2.95 biscuit tin

The painted chinaware before being fired in a kiln. The design and colour scheme of the range take inspiration from Her Majesty’s Robe of Estate, worn on her Coronation Day on June 2, 1953

To celebrate the Platinum Jubilee of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II in 2022, this £25 decoration is on sale and available from Royal Trust


The rounded decoration (pictured front and back) is on sale for £19.95 and is a great Christmas gift for any royal watchers






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Handmade in the United Kingdom, these souvenir spoons all feature iconic motifs recognizable from the Coronation of Her Majesty The Queen, including the crown, the throne, the orb and the sceptre. They cost £35 for a set of four

The central feature is a coat of arms with the national emblems of the UK, consisting of roses, shamrocks, thistles and daffodils. Pictured the £9.95 tea towel


Pictured is the tankard. At the centre of the tankard is the royal coat of arms, which has been specially painted for the occasion and includes the national emblems of the United Kingdom. It cost £40

The design features on the  £5.95 chocolate bar wrapper is inspired by the purple Robe of Estate worn by The Queen at her Coronation. The border of decoration is based on the gold embroidery on the robe, which incorporates olive branches and wheat ears, symbolising peace and prosperity


Not quite afternoon tea! The coffee mug is on sale for £25.  The design is inspired by the purple Robe of Estate worn by The Queen at her Coronation. The border decoration is based on the gold embroidery on the robe, which incorporates olive branches and wheat ears, symbolising peace and prosperity

It is framed by a circular border of oak leaves, an emblem of strength, stability and longevity. Prices range from £150 for a plate, £65 for a teacup and saucer to £2.95 for a mini tube of Scottish shortbread biscuits.


On the lid of this £45 pillbox is the royal coat of arms, which has been specially painted for the occasion and includes the national emblems of the United Kingdom


Made in England, using fine bone English china, this traditional teacup and saucer is crafted entirely by hand and is delicately finished with 22 carat gold. It cost £65

This £18.95 handmade crystal tot glass is expertly hand cut and wonderfully engraved with the Platinum Jubilee crest.

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