“We believe in beautifully made products that are inspired by history and which will stand the test of time.”
Our love for royal memorabilia runs deep, both collecting and creating. Its tradition can be traced back to 1661 to mark the coronation of King Charles II.
We made our first tea towel to celebrate the wedding of Prince William to Catherine in 2011, followed by a decoupage plate to celebrate the Queen’s diamond jubilee the following year. We haven’t stopped designing commemorative tea towels since. It was only in June that our Platinum Jubilee tea towels virtually flew out of the shop to all corners of the globe. Three short months later we find ourselves marking a more sombre occasion and thought it fitting to mark both the passing of our blessed Queen and the ascension of our gracious King with a limited edition of 200 of each of these decoupage plates.
Made by hand on Rugby Street, a small number are available now with more to follow as they are made, when materials become available, over the next 6 – 8 weeks. Order now to avoid disappointment and these will be dispatched once available.
These decoupage plates are made from paper and glass. Stylishly backed with a lacquered C18th map of London to show its origin of production.
While the back is lacquered with a very durable varnish we recommend you wipe clean only, do not submerge in water. Made by hand in London.