Emma Beardmore designed the new Prince George Christening collection for Royal Crown Derby, she explained to our reporter Peter Bearne how she reached the final products.
A collection of fine bone china produced to mark the christening of Prince George next Wednesday has been manufactured in Derby. It is hoped that the new pieces will boost sales at the ceramic firm.
A collection of Royal Crown Derby commemorative products, released to celebrate the christening of Prince George next week, includes many limited edition items.
The range, with some pieces produced just 500 times, includes a fluted dessert plate, loving cups, a five-petal tray, a christening mug, a jack-in-a-box, a steam engine, a sailing boat and a carousel money box.
A collection of commemorative pieces produced by Royal Crown Derby to mark the christening of Prince George at St James’s Palace next Wednesday went on sale today.
The special collection is available through the fine bone china manufacturer's website and prices range from the cheapest item at £65, up to the most expensive item priced at £145.