Luxury commemorative specialists Royal Crown Derby have introduced an exclusive collection to mark King Charles III Coronation. Crafted in England from prestige fine bone china and hand gilded in 22-carat gold, this remarkable two-piece collection has been created with imagination and passion to encapsulate the King’s passion for nature and the environment, together with the precious Crown Jewels used during the coronation. The regal purple and 22-carat gold design draws inspiration from the precious materials and colours that make up the most famous national treasures, the Crown Jewels, in particular the St Edward’s crown which is placed on the monarch’s head as a sign of majesty and dignity, making it one of the richest expressions of sovereign magnificence. Butterflies and Bumble Bees are beautifully intertwined in the floral border detailing, perfectly capturing the classic English garden aesthetic associated with King Charles III gardens at Highgrove House. The country estate gardens are admired globally and have been designed to provide a landscape for transformation and beauty, creating an ecosystem for bees and insects to pollinate. This endearing floral design embeds the emblems of the countries within the United Kingdom to acknowledge the responsibility of the King as both leader of the Commonwealth and Head of State across the world. This range marks the tenth commemorative collection designed and produced by fine bone china experts Royal Crown Derby since the coronation of King George III in 1761.