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God Save The Queen Tea Cosy
£65.00 £32.50
God Save The Queen Tea Cosy
This charming tea cosy from the Jan Constantine Diamond Jubilee Collection features 'GOD SAVE THE QUEEN' hand embroidered appliqué letters and matching cream appliqué crown on a navy background. It also features gold thread detailing with a blanket stitch border and is made from 100% cotton. A fabulous commemorative symbol of the Diamond Jubilee, this tea cosy makes a great gift idea for any fans of the monarchy Jan Constantine has been busy designing a striking collection to commemorate the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee in June 2012. The only other British monarch to achieve a Diamond Jubilee was Queen Victoria in 1897, so Jan felt this very special occasion should not go unnoticed. Celebrate her majesty’s remarkable 60 year reign with home accessories from Jan Constantine. Key features: * Jan Constantine Collection – heirlooms of the future * Diamond Jubilee Collection * To celebrate her majesty’s remarkable 60 year reign * Hand embroidered navy tea cosy * Material: 100% cotton * Features 'GOD SAVE THE QUEEN' appliqué letters * With matching cream appliqué crown * Also with gold thread detailing and blanket stitch trim * With a removable gingham padded inner * Fabulous commemorative symbol of the Diamond Jubilee * Dry clean only * Fabulous gift idea for fans of the monarchy * More Jan Constantine tea cosies available * Jan Constantine stationery & cushions also available
Amara Living
DVD Queen glorious years
£12.00 £8.40
DVD Queen glorious years
Sixty years after her coronation, Queen Elizabeth II remains the calm centre of a tempestuous age. In celebration of her Diamond Jubilee in 2012, this one hour documentary recalls the major events of her life with rare and original archive film. Her long reign has seen sweeping social change in Britain and across the Commonwealth, yet Elizabeth II remains the figurehead of the British monarchy - a symbol of continuity and reliability for our time.
Debenhams