Most expensive official royal product for Prince William and Kate’s new born

The birth of Prince William and Kate’s royal baby on 22nd July 2013 has left the world beaming with joy. With not even a week of his birth, this petite HRH Prince George of Cambridge is surrounded by paparazzi and shutterbugs across the globe. The official commemorative china loving cup joyously celebrates the birth of this tiny monarch-in-waiting and is slated to be the most expensive royal product priced at $260. This timeless piece is exclusively commissioned by the Royal Collection Trust with an elite and iconic design, beautifully exhibiting the unicorn and lion from the Royal Arms gracefully supporting the coronet of TRH, The Duke, and Duchess of Cambridge. The gorgeous oak leaves surrounding the inimitable design are lifted from the Middleton family’s coat of arms.

The Royal Baby Commemorative Limited Edition Loving Cup is made in Stanford with exclusive traditional methods. Each piece of this English fine bone china is skillfully crafted by hand using 22-carat gold. The royal baby’s traditional and royal name, ‘George,’ will be carved on the golden design of the cup.

If the design mesmerizes you, then the packing of this exquisite item will surely leave you spellbound. It comes wrapped in specially designed Royal Baby tissue paper and is beautifully presented in an exquisite Royal Collection Trust gift box with a numbered certificate and an information card.

Due to the handmade nature of this beautiful and luxurious product, it is essential to bear patience with a delayed dispatch. However, every day of wait will be worth this lavish and exquisite gift item.
You are advised to adhere to strict care instructions for its maintenance. It is not dishwasher-proof and certainly not appropriate for use in microwave ovens.

[Available at Royal-Collection-Shop]

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