Royal Collection Trust
Wade Rouse
July 24, 2013 12:40 PM

Still haven’t gotten enough dish about Baby Cambridge? Then perhaps adding a real one to your china cabinet will do the trick.

A selection of pretty pieces celebrating the birth of William and Kate‘s newborn son have been specially commissioned by the Royal Collection Trust. The official commemorative china selection includes a dessert plate, pillbox and loving cup.

The design on the commemorative china features the lion and unicorn from the Royal Arms supporting the coronet of TRH The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. The oak leaves surrounding the design are taken from the Middleton family’s coat of arms.

Made in Staffordshire, using traditional methods that have remained unchanged for 250 years, each piece of the English fine bone china is skillfully finished by hand using 22-carat gold.

The name of the Royal Baby will be added to the collection following the official announcement.

The new collection also features an assortment of exclusive Royal Baby souvenirs, ranging from a mug, tea towel and teddy bear to tree decorations and silver charms.

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