The Royal Collection ‘To celebrate the marriage of HRH Prince Edward & Sophie Rhys Jones 19th June 1999’ 2 Handled Commemorative Cup

£12.99

The Royal Collection ‘To celebrate the marriage of HRH Prince Edward & Sophie Rhys Jones 19th June 1999’ 2 Handled Commemorative Cup

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Description

The Royal Collection ‘To celebrate the marriage of HRH Prince Edward & Sophie Rhys Jones 19th June 1999’ 2 Handled Commemorative Cup. Featuring the design from the thirteenth century door at the east end of St George’s Chapel. Printed on base “The Royal Collection, English Fine Bone China, Design from the thirteenth century door at the east end of St George’s Chapel”. Item is in excellent condition, free from cracks and chips.

Additional information

Dimensions

Length (approx): 14cm
Width (approx): 8.5cm
Height (approx): 7.5cm

Brand

The Royal Collection

Material

Ceramic, China, Earthenware, Porcelain, Pottery

Object Type

2 Handled Commemorative Cup

Pattern

To celebrate the marriage of HRH Prince Edward & Sophie Rhys Jones 19th June 1999

Condition

Excellent – Preloved/Used

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