Queen Victoria Tea Set by Royal Collection Trust

Queen Victoria’s elegant cipher forms the centrepiece of each piece in this service surrounded by decorative floral borders.

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QUEEN VICTORIA TEA SET – £180

This tea set is the perfect addition to an afternoon tea and comes in its own gift box. The set contains a teapot, cream jug and sugar bowl.

Made by hand in Stoke-on-Trent using traditional methods unchanged for over 250 years, and finished by hand using 22 carat gold.

Exclusive to the Royal Collection Trust.

QUEEN VICTORIA 4 CUP TEAPOT – £125

Queen Victoria’s elegant cipher forms the centrepiece of each piece in this service surrounded by decorative floral borders.

Made entirely by hand by our skilled artisans in Stoke-on-Trent using traditional methods unchanged for over 250 years, using English fine bone china, highly regarded around the world for its whiteness, fineness and delicacy. Finished with 22 carat gold.

Exclusive to the Royal Collection Trust.

QUEEN VICTORIA TEACUP AND SAUCER – £65

Queen Victoria’s elegant cipher forms the centrepiece of each piece in this service surrounded by decorative floral borders.

Made entirely by hand by our skilled artisans in Stoke-on-Trent using traditional methods unchanged for over 250 years, using English fine bone china, highly regarded around the world for its whiteness, fineness and delicacy. Finished with 22 carat gold.

Exclusive to the Royal Collection Trust.

QUEEN VICTORIA TANKARD – £40

Queen Victoria’s elegant cipher forms the centrepiece of each piece in this service surrounded by decorative floral borders.

Made entirely by hand by our skilled artisans in Stoke-on-Trent using traditional methods unchanged for over 250 years, using English fine bone china, highly regarded around the world for its whiteness, fineness and delicacy. Finished with 22 carat gold.

Exclusive to the Royal Collection Trust.

QUEEN VICTORIA SIDE PLATE – £30

Queen Victoria’s elegant cipher forms the centrepiece of each piece in this service surrounded by decorative floral borders.

Queen Victoria’s elegant cipher forms the centrepiece of each piece in this service surrounded by decorative floral borders.

Exclusive to the Royal Collection Trust.

QUEEN VICTORIA BASKET – £65

Queen Victoria’s elegant cipher forms the centrepiece of each piece in this service surrounded by decorative floral borders.

Made entirely by hand by our skilled artisans in Stoke-on-Trent using traditional methods unchanged for over 250 years, using English fine bone china, highly regarded around the world for its whiteness, fineness and delicacy. Finished with 22 carat gold.

Exclusive to the Royal Collection Trust.

QUEEN VICTORIA TRAY – £45

Queen Victoria’s elegant cipher forms the centrepiece of each piece in this service surrounded by decorative floral borders.

Made entirely by hand by our skilled artisans in Stoke-on-Trent using traditional methods unchanged for over 250 years, using English fine bone china, highly regarded around the world for its whiteness, fineness and delicacy. Finished with 22 carat gold.

Exclusive to the Royal Collection Trust.

QUEEN VICTORIA SANDWICH PLATE – £55

Featuring Queen Victoria’s exquisite cipher at the centre of this wonderful piece of chinaware, which is perfect for serving your guests, or to be delicately displayed in your home. Queen Victoria’s elegant cipher forms the centrepiece of each piece in this service surrounded by decorative floral borders and finished with 22 carat gold.

This traditional sandwich plate is handmade in Stoke-on-Trent, England, in potteries that use fine bone English china, which is highly regarded trade.

Exclusive to the Royal Collection Trust.

QUEEN VICTORIA CREAM JUG – £39

Queen Victoria’s elegant cipher forms the centrepiece of each piece in this service surrounded by decorative floral borders.

Made entirely by hand by our skilled artisans in Stoke-on-Trent using traditional methods unchanged for over 250 years, using English fine bone china, highly regarded around the world for its whiteness, fineness and delicacy. Finished with 22 carat gold.

Exclusive to the Royal Collection Trust.

QUEEN VICTORIA SUGAR BOWL – £39

Queen Victoria’s elegant cipher forms the centrepiece of each piece in this service surrounded by decorative floral borders.

Made entirely by hand by our skilled artisans in Stoke-on-Trent using traditional methods unchanged for over 250 years, using English fine bone china, highly regarded around the world for its whiteness, fineness and delicacy. Finished with 22 carat gold.

Exclusive to the Royal Collection Trust.

QUEEN VICTORIA HINGED PILLBOX – £70

Queen Victoria’s elegant cipher forms the centrepiece of each piece in this service surrounded by decorative floral borders.

Made entirely by hand by our skilled artisans in Stoke-on-Trent using traditional methods unchanged for over 250 years, using English fine bone china, highly regarded around the world for its whiteness, fineness and delicacy. Finished with 22 carat gold.

Exclusive to the Royal Collection Trust.

QUEEN VICTORIA MINIATURE SET – £45

Exclusive to the Royal Collection Trust, the design of this range is inspired by a service commissioned by Queen Victoria for the Great Exhibition in 1851.

This miniature set is completed with a miniature teapot and teacup and saucer. Ribbon has been added to the miniatures so that they can be decoratively displayed.

Exclusive to the Royal Collection Trust.

QUEEN VICTORIA LIMITED EDITION MUSIC BOX – £1,250

A limited edition of 50.

The design of this exclusive Limited Edition Musical Box is inspired by English fine bone china commissioned by Queen Victoria for the Great exhibition in 1851 and plays the tune ‘God Save The Queen’.

Queen Victoria (1819-1901) succeeded to the throne aged 18 and reigned for 63 years over one of the most remarkable periods of growth, change and discovery, whilst the British Empire was at its peak. This Buckingham palace Enamel Box is manufactured by hand in England by Halcyon Days. Using traditional techniques unchanged for generation, every piece is finished in 22 carat gold.

Small, highly decorative, enamelled copper boxes first became popular in England in the 18th century, when they were used for carrying such commodities as snuff, black paper ‘beauty spot’ patches, and cachous to sweeten the breath. Their popularity diminished, and, by 1840, their production had ceased entirely. By the 20th century, these 18th century boxes became highly sought after collector’s items. In 1970, Halcyon Days (established 1950) revived the tradition of enamelling on copper.

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