This handcrafted mug features Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II's first official photographic portrait. It was taken by society photographer Dorothy Wilding on February 26th 1952, just twenty days after The Accession. The Queen is wearing the 'Girls of Great Britain and Ireland' diamond tiara, which was a wedding gift from her grandmother, Queen Mary. The mug is adorned with diamonds and gold, resembling the fleur-de-lis and scroll patterns. It is the ideal souvenir of Her Majesty The Queen's Platinum Jubilee, made from English fine bone china and gilded with platinum.
This handcrafted mug features Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II's first official photographic portrait. It was taken by society photographer Dorothy Wilding on February 26th 1952, just twenty days after The Accession. The Queen is wearing the 'Girls of Great Britain and Ireland' diamond tiara, which was a wedding gift from her grandmother, Queen Mary. The mug is adorned with diamonds and gold, resembling the fleur-de-lis and scroll patterns. It is the ideal souvenir of Her Majesty The Queen's Platinum Jubilee, made from English fine bone china and gilded with platinum.