THE PLATINUM JUBILEE is just around the corner and if you want to purchase any gifts or souvenirs for your loved ones, here are some suggestions.
The Royal Collection Shop and the Westminster Abbey Shop released merchandise just to celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.
What Platinum Jubilee souvenirs and gifts can I buy?
There are several official merchandises you can purchase to mark the Queen’s 70 years on the throne.
Make sure that you do not leave it to the last minute because many items are getting sold out.
You can order your gifts online, either through the Royal Collection Shop website or through the Westminster Abbey Shop website.
The shipping for the UK from both shops cost £4.95.
You can also choose the option of pick-up from their store or spend £50 and over and get free delivery.
Both shops have the same merchandise available, unless out of stock.
The Westminster Abbey Shop provided some other options that you can look at and consider purchasing.
These are the ones we picked, which are all about the Platinum Jubilee.
Platinum Jubilee Crystal Tot Glass
You can buy this glass for £18.95.
It will surely be a great glass to use to celebrate the Platinum Jubilee and have a drink while at it.
The crystal tot glass is hand-cut and engraved with the Platinum Jubilee crest.
Machin Design Coffee Mug
You can buy this mug for £20.
The iconic image of Her Majesty developed by Arnold Machin is normally seen on coins and postage stamps.
Machin developed the image from The Queen’s photos taken by Dorothy Wilding in 1952.
The silhouette and 2022 are featured around the mug.
Platinum Jubilee Floral Emblem Coffee Mug
The mug is a special edition one for 2022 and costs £25.
It was designed by 19-year-old graphic design student Edward Roberts.
His design was chosen after he won the Her Majesty The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee Emblem Competition.
It features national flowers of the UK including the rose to represent England, a daffodil to represent Wales, a thistle for Scotland and a shamrock for Northern Ireland.
Platinum Jubilee Side Plate
This £40 side plate is inspired by the Robe of Estate that The Queen wore on her Coronation.
There is the Royal Coat of Arms at the centre of the side plate and also have the national emblems of the United Kingdom.
The detail and embroidery were finished off with 22-carat gold.
Platinum Jubilee Teacup and Saucer
The purple on this £65 set is inspired by the colour of the Robe of Estate that The Queen wore on her Coronation.
It is finished off with 22-carat gold which highlights the embroidery pattern on the border, the olive branches and the wheat ears.
It also features the Royal Coat of Arms on the front of the teacup with the national emblems of the UK.
Platinum Jubilee Special Editions Crystal Champagne Flutes
If you plan to celebrate the Platinum Jubilee with some champagne, you might want to purchase this £120 set.
You will have two flutes in the set.
The Platinum Jubilee emblem is engraved on both flutes along with the national flowers of each UK country.
Platinum Jubilee Limited Edition Teacup and Saucer
This set can be bought for £225.
The design is inspired by the Robe of Estate that The Queen wore on her Coronation.
All pieces are finished off in 22-carat gold such as the handle and lip of the teacup, the well and rim of the saucer and the olive branches and wheat ears details.
The olive branches and wheat ears represent peace and prosperity and both objects have the Royal Coat of Arms on them.
Source: The Sun