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Friday, October 28, 2011

ERII Commemoratives, Part 2

As the bath is en suite with the bedroom, where I have light blue Wedgewood jasperware collection on display, I also carried on the Wedgwood into the bath. There they are as part of my Royal Rose Collection in honor of Diana Princess of Wales.

Just inside the door is a display in honor of Queen Elizabeth II which I shared here.
On the opposite wall from that is another Wedgwood item relating to the Queen. The top plate depicts a cameo of the Queen, while the bottom one is of London.

The adjacent wall also has another Wedgwood plate, this one depicting cupids. The plate above is a Lladro from Spain.
First is the light blue and white Wedgwood jasperware silver jubilee plate. The inscription is “1952 Silver Jubilee 1977/ Queen Elizabeth II.”

The London plate is decorated with famous landmark buildings all around the plate. Right at the top center is Buckingham Palace, London residence of the Queen:

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Nancy's Daily Dish said...

Your Wedgwood plates are so pretty. Each time I come across the Jasperware I am reminded of my Mom, as she had a collection displayed in her bathroom also. My sister would love this post as she has a small collection now herself. I love the London plate!


Marlis said...

Love your wedgwood plates. Your collection is really a pretty way to dress up your space. thanks for dropping in.. xo marlis

paperbutterfly said...

Lovely Wedgewood collection The prettiest blue, don't you think?
Thank you for your comments last week on Teapots and tea Things. Hope to see you this week.
Have a blessed week.