Designer Victoria Eggs marks the Queen’s Jubilee with new collection

Designer Victoria Eggs has introduced a new collection to celebrate 70 years since HRH Queen Elizabeth the Second’s coronation ­– taking inspiration from the dress the Queen wore for her latest collection. 
The dress, which was designed by British fashion designer Norman Hartnell, featured embroidered flowers from countries within the Commonwealth including the Tudor rose (England), thistle (Scotland), leek (Wales), shamrock (Ireland), wattle (Australia), maple leaf (Canada), fern (New Zealand), protea (South Africa), lotus flowers (India and Ceylon) and wheat, cotton, and jute (Pakistan).
Victoria has faithfully hand drawn these flowers and emblems which have then been printed onto mugs, aprons, cup and saucers, baubles, canvas bags and magnets as well as tea and biscuits to create a truly commemorative collection.

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