Ears to The King Funny Mug Tea Coffee Cup - King Charles III Royal Coronation of His Majesty The King Crown Ceremony Celebration Memorabilia Kitchen Home Decor (Black Handle)

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Ears to The King Funny Mug Tea Coffee Cup - King Charles III Royal Coronation of His Majesty The King Crown Ceremony Celebration Memorabilia Kitchen Home Decor (Black Handle)

Ears to The King Funny Mug Tea Coffee Cup - King Charles III Royal Coronation of His Majesty The King Crown Ceremony Celebration Memorabilia Kitchen Home Decor (Black Handle)

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Take a more classic afternoon tea approach with this simple yet elegant design from Dunelm. You can even complete the set with a teapot, milk jug and sugar pot, perfect for Sunday's Coronation lunch event. It had been a "difficult and challenging week" for the workforce, but the current production run "has given us an opportunity to say thank you (to the Queen), thank you for being an inspiration and an example for everybody". He added: "This is a tradition in the pottery industry, that we have always made commemorative pieces to mark all sorts of royal occasions. Limited edition coins in silver and gold will maintain their value over time," says Anita Lo, although she warns, "The market does fluctuate, so it might take a while to make a return on investment." King Charles' Coronation took place at Westminster Abbey yesterday and the best Coronation memorabilia has been flying off the shelves. There'll be Coronation-themed mugs on the table and union flag bunting in the window. Even more excitingly – we get a bank holiday.

Today, we’re marking and recognising the long service of the Queen to this country and the Commonwealth."

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Take your coronation memorabilia to the next level with this beautifully classic mug which comes with the option to personalise too. Who knew a mug could be so pretty? Manufactured in the UK by Mclaggan, The Mug People and illustrated by UK artist Madeleine Floyd, the mug couldn't be a better choice to celebrate this piece of British history. What is it about us Brits and buying souvenirs to mark royal occasions? If anyone can answer that question, it's the woman who's name is synonymous with royal themed gifts, Emma Bridgewater: "We are good at pomp and ceremony. Our royalist feelings run deep and they only come to the surface in the magnificent interruption of bunting fever for a few days. It's a deeply unifying moment. I think commemorative wares are linked to that. It's a way of holding onto that feeling afterwards." Which Coronation souvenirs will hold their value?

The then Prince of Wales, Charles, taking part in sponge-painting with local schoolchildren, during a previous visit to Emma Bridgewater Credit: Arthur Edwards/The SunIf you're after a coronation-based theme for a loved one, this ceramic mug can be personalised with the name of the recipient, which will be displayed around the rim of the mug. The mug also features classic London iconography, King Charles's cypher and the words 'To Commemorate the Coronation of King Charles III'. If you want the wow factor for your coronation mug then look no further then this beautiful teacup and saucer set. It would also make the perfect gift for any royalist in your life. Exclusions apply – Please see our Delivery Information for full terms and conditions and full delivery information. This budget cup has everything you need from a coronation mug and will make a great statement piece if you're planning on putting it on display. At the higher end of the pay scale are these fine bone china mugs from Wedgwood. Inspired by Richard Guyatt’s original 1953 design for the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II, this is certainly a keepsake for many decades to come.



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