Chinaware commemorating the life of the late Queen has gone on sale

Raise a cup to the Queen! Porcelain commemorating the life of the late monarch goes on sale, with a moving tribute from the king to his mother

  • Porcelain dinnerware commemorating the life of the late Queen Elizabeth goes on sale
  • The Royal Collection Trust pieces incorporate the King’s tribute to his mother
  • Including mugs, tea towels, teacups and saucers, prices range from £25 to £65

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The official porcelain commemorating the life of the late Queen Elizabeth II has gone on sale and incorporates the King’s moving tribute to his mother.

Pieces from the Royal Collection Trust include mugs, teacups and saucers, a pill box and tea towels, and prices range from £25 to £65.

The articles feature the late monarch’s personal figure as Princess Elizabeth: an E beneath a crown, as well as the King’s moving words “May the flights of angels sing to your rest” from his televised address to the nation after of his death in September of last year. .

The official porcelain commemorating the life of the late Queen Elizabeth II has gone on sale and incorporates the King's moving tribute to his mother.

The official porcelain commemorating the life of the late Queen Elizabeth II has gone on sale and incorporates the King’s moving tribute to his mother.

The quote Charles used from Shakespeare’s tragedy Hamlet is inscribed in gold lettering on the commemorative porcelain, which is also decorated with a pale pink bow, delicate gray motifs and the Queen’s funeral flowers.

Pieces include a mug, which costs £25, a pillbox at £40, a jug at £45, and a teacup and saucer priced at £70.

There’s also a tea towel, which costs £10.95, and a votive candle for £65.

The Royal Collection Trust pieces include mugs, teacups and saucers, a pill box and tea towels, are on display at Buckingham Palace and range in price from £25 to £65

The Royal Collection Trust pieces include mugs, teacups and saucers, a pill box and tea towels, are on display at Buckingham Palace and range in price from £25 to £65

The Royal Collection Trust pieces include mugs, teacups and saucers, a pill box and tea towels, are on display at Buckingham Palace and range in price from £25 to £65

Queen Elizabeth smiled as she received Swiss President Ignazio Cassis during an audience at Windsor Castle in April 2022.

Queen Elizabeth smiled as she received Swiss President Ignazio Cassis during an audience at Windsor Castle in April 2022.

Queen Elizabeth smiled as she received Swiss President Ignazio Cassis during an audience at Windsor Castle in April 2022.

The articles feature the late monarch’s personal figure as Princess Elizabeth: an E beneath a crown, as well as the King’s moving words “May the flights of angels sing to your rest” from his televised address to the nation after of his death in September of last year.

Flowers that rested on the Queen’s coffin during her state funeral, including roses, myrtle, rosemary and oak leaves culled from the gardens of the royal residences, appear in the decorative border.

The figure, which also appeared on the side of the Queen’s custom-built state hearse, is set in an oval frame with two cherubs, inspired by Queen Victoria’s drawings.

The porcelain is made by hand in Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, using methods and techniques that have not changed for 250 years and is finished in 22 carat gold.

The pieces include a mug, priced at £25, a pillbox at £40, a jug at £45, and a teacup and saucer priced at £70.

The pieces include a mug, priced at £25, a pillbox at £40, a jug at £45, and a teacup and saucer priced at £70.

The pieces include a mug, priced at £25, a pillbox at £40, a jug at £45, and a teacup and saucer priced at £70.

A votive candle is also on sale for £65 and flowers that rested on the Queen's coffin during her state funeral, including roses, myrtle, rosemary and oak leaves taken from the gardens of the royal residences, are featured in the decorative border.

A votive candle is also on sale for £65 and flowers that rested on the Queen's coffin during her state funeral, including roses, myrtle, rosemary and oak leaves taken from the gardens of the royal residences, are featured in the decorative border.

A votive candle is also on sale for £65 and flowers that rested on the Queen’s coffin during her state funeral, including roses, myrtle, rosemary and oak leaves taken from the gardens of the royal residences, are featured in the decorative border.

The £40 pill box, part of the official porcelain range to commemorate the life of Queen Elizabeth

The £40 pill box, part of the official porcelain range to commemorate the life of Queen Elizabeth

The £40 pill box, part of the official porcelain range to commemorate the life of Queen Elizabeth

The Royal Collection Trust tea towel, which costs £10.95, is part of the official porcelain range to commemorate the life of Queen Elizabeth.

The Royal Collection Trust tea towel, which costs £10.95, is part of the official porcelain range to commemorate the life of Queen Elizabeth.

The Royal Collection Trust tea towel, which costs £10.95, is part of the official porcelain range to commemorate the life of Queen Elizabeth.

The porcelain, which includes this £70 cup and saucer, is handmade in Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, using methods and techniques that have remained unchanged for 250 years, and is finished in 22-carat gold.

The porcelain, which includes this £70 cup and saucer, is handmade in Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, using methods and techniques that have remained unchanged for 250 years, and is finished in 22-carat gold.

The porcelain, which includes this £70 cup and saucer, is handmade in Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, using methods and techniques that have remained unchanged for 250 years, and is finished in 22-carat gold.

All proceeds from the sales of the official range of porcelain and commemorative items go to The Royal Collection Trust charity.

The commemorative range can be purchased online at www.rct.uk/shop or at Royal Collection Trust stores in London, Windsor and Edinburgh.

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