Royal Victoria tea cup decoration- handmade hanging decoration

Royal Victoria tea cup decoration

Product code: 30170318\1

Availability: In stock

This quirky hanging decoration has been inspired by our beautiful Royal Victoria fine bone china teacup. The Royal Victoria collection has been exclusively designed for Historic Royal Palaces and takes details from the most iconic parts of her life, including Kensington Palace, her childhood and her small diamond crown which is now held with the Crown Jewels at the Tower of London.

  • Hanging decoration handmade using ancient traditional techniques that were normally reserved for courtly finery or royal robes.
  • Designed in the UK 
  • Handmade and ethically sourced.
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This quirky hanging decoration has been inspired by our beautiful Royal Victoria fine bone china teacup. The Royal Victoria collection has been exclusively designed for Historic Royal Palaces and takes details from the most iconic parts of her life, including Kensington Palace, her childhood and her small diamond crown which is now held with the Crown Jewels at the Tower of London.

  • Hanging decoration handmade using ancient traditional techniques that were normally reserved for courtly finery or royal robes.
  • Designed in the UK 
  • Handmade and ethically sourced.
£17.99
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    • Queen Victoria

      Princess Victoria was born 1819, and grew up at Kensington Palace. She became queen aged 18 and ruled for 63 years.

      Victoria married her German cousin, Prince Albert of Saxe-Corburg Gotha,  it was a marriage based on genuine love, affection and shared interests. The couple first met at Kensington Palace in 1836. When they met again at Windsor in 1839 Victoria fell madly in love and they were married in 1840. The couple produced nine children and the happiness of family Christmases and birthdays were all recorded in Victoria's diaries. She also followed Albert's taste in music, art, and literature. Together they shared an ardent interest in raising and educating their children.

      This unusual hanging decoration would create a wonderful narrative for a Christmas tree and can be paired with other Queen Victoria decorations. The decoration is handmade and ethically sourced with an ancient form of embroidery traditionally used to embroider the courtly finery and royal robes.

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