Most Expensive Royal Product to Commemorate the Birth of the Royal Baby

The news of the birth of the British Royal baby on 22nd July 2013 was received with joy across the world. The son of Prince William and Kate has been named George. To commemorate the birth of HRH Prince George of Cambridge the Royal Collection Trust is releasing a special edition cup made of English fine bone china. The tiny prince is third in line to the throne, after his grandfather and father. The limited edition cup will be the most expensive royal product being released on the occasion and would be priced at $260. The fine cup has been exclusively commissioned by the Royal Trust.

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The Cups are Being Handcrafted Using Traditional Methods

The design on the cup will exhibit the unicorn and lion from the Royal Arms gracefully supporting the coronet of TRH The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. The design will be surrounded by Oak leaves that have been taken from the coat of arms of the Middleton family. The cup which is being called the Royal Baby Commemorative Limited Edition Loving Cup is already being made in Stanford. Each individual cup is being handcrafted using traditional methods by some of the best craftsmen. Amongst the material being used is 22 carat gold. The baby’s name George will be carved on the golden design on the cup.

The Cup Should Never be Put in a Dishwasher or Microwave Oven

The limited edition cup has been specially designed and it will be presented in exclusive packaging. The cup will come wrapped in a specially designed Royal Baby tissue paper housed in an exquisite Royal Collection Trust gift box. The box will also contain an information card along with a numbered certificate. Only a limited number of the best craftsmen are working on the project and that’s why the production is slow. You might have to wait before your piece will be made. As and when you get your cup, you will have to take very good care of the cup and follow all the care instructions that come with the cup. It is not an ordinary cup and should never be put in a dishwasher or a microwave oven.

Via: RoyalCollectionShop

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