Bing and Grandahl Commerative Plate

Bing and Grondl

Made by royal appointment in Denmark by Bing and Grondahl “To commemorate the wedding of H.R.H. The Prince of Wales And The Lady Diana Spencer At St Paul’s Cathedral 29th July 1981” (Written on the back of the plate).

The plate is in a magnificent cobalt blue with the gold silhouette of Charles and Di to the centre. On the circular patterned outer is the Prince of Wales’ and Lady Diana Spencer’s Coat of Arms in gold as well as St Pauls Cathedral and the year of the wedding.

– Holes in the base rim to allow it to be hung on the wall.
– “A Limited edition of 2500” (written on the back)
– Makers mark and script to the base in gold gild
– Excellent condition, no chips or cracks

Dimensions (approx): Diameter 26.5cm (10.5 inch) wall plate
Vintage Condition: Excellent. No chips, cracks or crazing.

Estimated Value: $75


Royal Albert Commemorative Plates

royal albert plate diana

Royal Albert Commemorative Plate – To Celebrate the Marriage of The Prince of Wales and Lady Diana Spencer. 8.5″ Dia.
Estimated Value: $80

Also Prince Charles (image coming)

Estimated Value: $40

Royal Wedding Plate by Fleetwood

fleetwood plate
The Royal Wedding Plate Designed for the Fleetwood Collection by Jeffery Matthews in commemoration of the marriage of Charles, Prince of Wales and Lady Diana Spencer 29 July 1981 A limited Edition of 9500 plate number 9173. No scratches, chips or wear marks – please see the photos. This comes with the original box as sold and clearly marked on the back of the plate the Authenticity and plate number. With box.
Estimate Value: $50

Althorp Commemorative Enamel Box


This commemorative trinket box was sold only at Diana: A Celebration exhibit and is no longer available. I purchased this from the Althorp gift shop when I visited there on the 1st anniversary of Diana’s death in August 1998.
This special edition collector’s piece has been hand-crafted in the finest English enamel’s tradition and is rimmed in silver. Its lid features the Temple at Althorp.
The inscription inside the lid reads “The very essence of compassion, of duty, of style, of beauty”. A quote from Earl Spencer’s tribute to his sister at Diana’s funeral.
The box is in beautiful, unblemished condition and would make a wonderful addition to any royalty collection. It celebrates a woman, who nearly 20 years after her passing, remains the People’s Princess.
Measuring approx 7cm x 5.5cm x 3cm in the orginal presentation box.
This photo does not do justice to this beautiful piece.
Estimated Value: $200

Franklin Mint Princess of Charm Porcelain Doll

princess of charm doll

The Franklin Mint Porcelain Portrait doll of Lady Diana – Princess of Charm.
Recreating the look from a Charity Event in Scotland, Balmoral. There, Diana wore a magnificent designer gown fashioned in Scottish tartan. The Princess is portrayed just as she appeared for this special charity event, expertly made in handpainted porcelain. This replica of this dazzling dress is crafted with a black velvet bodice and the full skirt of Scottish tartan silk taffeta. Matching jewelry consists of a bracelet, earrings and the famous wedding ring, She carries a black satin purse and a bouquet of violets. In excellent condition but is missing the original presentation box and certificate of authenticity. Genuine product. Height 435mm (17″)
Estimated Value: $400