Seriously, I am at the end of sharing my royal commemoratives. We shall end (for now) with Princess Diana. I have some choice tankards and mugs to show you. And yes, I love my two Diana dolls.
This tankard is Spode bone china. They look so happy in the photo.This is a rather strange mug. It is quite like the one above but it is black with gold lettering. I use it to store some of my paint brushes.
|This is a Portmerion tankard made in England. It has a rather unusual handle.|
|Diana looks wistful in this portrait.|
|On either side of the portraits are ladies with cornucopias of cascading flowers. The words in the ribbon are Royal Wedding, health, peace, long life, love and happiness. Sadly ironic.|
|Here is my bride doll!|
|This is a very large tankard. I really like the wedding bells border.|
|Here is Diana.|
|Here is Charles in need of a haircut.|
|The tankard is Wedgwood. The number is 749 out of 3,000 designed by Richard Guyatt.|
|Here is a "faux" Wedgwood tankard. I like it non the less.|
|Saint Paul's Cathedral|
|Even the handle is pretty. I hope you enjoyed the last of my commemoratives. I'm sure I pick up some more in the future ( especially with Will and Kate) and I will love to share them with you.|