INTRODUCING THE QUEEN’S DIAMOND WEDDING COMMEMORATIVE COLLECTION BY ROYAL WORCESTER Tuesday 16 October 2007 PDF Print Royal Worcester is proud to announce the introduction of a stunning new commemorative giftware collection to celebrate the Diamond Wedding of Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II and HRH The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, in 2007. The unique giftware collection comprises a selection of nine popular commemorative items, decorated in Royal Worcester’s trademark cobalt blue, hand decorated and embellished with fine gold, raised details and jewels. The Royal design includes the symbol of the cross, typically adorned on Royal pieces and the four national symbols; that being the rose for England, the daffodil for Wales; the thistle for Scotland; and the shamrock for Ireland. Within the collection are two Limited Edition Pieces:- - The Limited Edition Flight Bowl (Edition of 500) £ 350 and - 25cm Plate (Edition of 2007) £85 Both are supplied in presentation boxes with individually numbered Certificates of Authenticity. On general release are :- - 21cm Plate £30 - Coaster £15 - Votive £20 - Tankard £25 - Loving Cup £65 - Hinged Box £50 - Elgar Bowl £175 Introducing the Limited Edition of 10 Commemorative Vases An Edition of only 10 pairs of stunning and highly collectable Commemorative Vases are also being commissioned. The first vase features Windsor Castle and the second Westminster Abbey. Both show flowers from The Queen’s wedding bouquet on the reverse. The vase shape is the dramatic Royal Worcester’s King George III vase. Each vase is presented in a Royal Worcester blue and gold silk lined presentation box with an individually numbered Certificate of Authenticity. Price £10,500 for the pair ROYAL WORCESTER’S LONG ESTABLISHED ROYAL WARRANT On 4th June 1751, the Worcester Porcelain Manufactory was established by Dr. John Wall and 14 business partners. The factory expanded rapidly and by the 1760’s had gained an enviable reputation for high quality tea and dessert wares and it was used in the most fashionable circles and in 1789 the company’s first Royal Warrant was awarded by King George III. Royal Worcester has continued to anticipate and adapt to changing trends and lifestyles while continuing the traditions of fine quality and good design, and proudly boasts holding a Royal Warrant continuously since 1789. The company has produced several bestselling commemorative ranges to celebrate special Royal occasions, which have become highly sought after by royalists and collectors the world over. For stockist call 01905 746000 http://www.royalworcester.co.uk -end- For more information,images and product loans please contact Pam Ballone, PBM, 07946 632420 firstname.lastname@example.org This press release was distributed by ResponseSource Press Release Wire on behalf of PBM Marketing and Public Relations in the following categories: Entertainment & Arts, Home & Garden, Women's Interest & Beauty, Media & Marketing, for more information visit http://pressreleasewire.responsesource.com/about.