When Royal Worcester came to be, King George II was King of Great
Britain and Ireland. And now fate has come full circle; it’s time for
them to welcome another George in to the world.
Best known for its history, provenance and characteristically (and very
luxurious) English collections of porcelain, Royal Worcester are also
known for one other thing in particular: commemorating landmark events
within the British monarchy.
Born to Prince William, Duke of Cambridge and his wife Catherine,
Duchess of Cambridge, Prince George of Cambridge was the royal baby we
were all waiting for, and is now third in line to the royal throne. And
Royal Worcester are set to celebrate his birth in a style most opulent,
with their collection of Royal Birth Commemoratives.
Each piece of fine bone china from this collection is painted and
decorated with utmost skill by hand in England, in true Royal Worcester
style. Twenty-two carat gold and platinum trim adorn the elegant Royal
Birth Plate, accentuated with symbols of the British Isles upon a
matt cream mica backdrop. Upon the surface of the plate, golden script
reads Celebrating the birth of H.R.H Prince George of Cambridge born in London on the 22nd July 2013
Royal Worcester and the British royal family. It just works…
Royal Birth Plate features:
- Hand decorated in England.
- Made from fine bone china, and decorated with twenty-two carat gold, mica, and platinum trim.
- Beautifully presented in a deep blue Royal Worcester gift box.
- Hand wash recommended.