The Royal Collection Trust has released an official commemorative range to celebrate Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh’s life.
The range, which pays tribute to the Duke’s wide-ranging interests, features Prince Philip’s personal Cypher and Coronet, surrounded by sprigs of laurel and a ribbon commemorating his life from his birth on 10 June 1921 until his passing on 9 April 2021.
The oak leaf border symbolises Prince Philips service in the Royal Navy from serving as a cadet until he left in 1951.
Collectable fine bone china coffee mug and limited edition tankard were made in Stoke-on-Trent using traditional methods and techniques which have remained unchanged for 250 years.
A genuine leather bookmark with stitched detail and gold monogram reflects Prince Philip’s interest in reading.
A pair of Whisky Tumblers, engraved with the emblems of sports which Prince Philip enjoyed, especially polo and cricket.
A gold-plated Bottle Opener pays tribute to the Duke’s love of carriage driving as it is shaped like a bit, part of a horse’s bridle.
Food and drink items include the Centenary ale, ginger marmalade and Scottish oatcakes reflect Prince Philip’s fondness for picnics and personal tastes.
All items are available through the Royal Collection Trust shops at Buckingham Palace, Windsor Castle and the Palace of Holyroodhouse, or from their online store, from Thursday, 24 June 2021.
Official souvenir book, Prince Philip 1921-2021: A Celebration, is also available.
All profits from sales go to the Royal Collection Trust, a registered charity, for the care and conservation of the Royal Collection and promoting access and enjoyment through exhibitions, publications, loans and educational programmes.
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