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Clogau Launches New Coronation Collection To Honour King Charles III

Welsh heritage jewellers, Clogau, has launched three royal collections to commemorate the coronation of King Charles III.
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Welsh heritage jewellers, Clogau has launched three royal collections to commemorate the coronation of King Charles III.

For the first time in seven decades, on 6th May 2023, the British public will be glued to screens to watch King Charles III ascend the 700-year-old throne, on which King Henry VIII, Queen Victoria and Queen Elizabeth II sat.

The three royal Clogau collections named: Lilbet, Tree of Life Delphinium and Lily of the Valley; take inspiration from Queen Elizabeth II’s coronation gown as well as her favourite flower and King Charles III’s favourite royal gardens.

Clogau creates unique hand-finished jewellery of the highest quality and originality, inspired by the natural beauty of Wales and an esteemed association with British royalty.

Clogau has used Welsh gold sourced from the same mine as many of the Royal Family’s wedding rings, including that of Queen Elizabeth II, for over 100 years — the Clogau St David’s Gold Mine in Wales.

Lilibet

Made up of five pieces including rings, earrings and a necklace, the exclusive Lilibet collection takes inspiration from Queen Elizabeth II’s coronation gown that held symbols of prosperity and peace in embroidered wheat and olive branches. The range has been affectionately named after her own childhood nickname.

Crafted from 9ct yellow and 9ct rose gold, the jewellery in this collection features an arched wheat motif, with some pieces detailed with a central diamond as a tribute to a beloved monarch.


Tree of Life Delphinium

Gardening is widely known as a favourite pastime of King Charles III, and the delphinium flower is his favourite bloom. It is a bloom that ranges in colour from deep purples to blues which have been used as a central theme throughout this collection.

The purple amethyst stone is featured on every piece of this collection as well as an engraving of the date of the King’s coronation date of 6th May 2023.

Lily of the Valley

The Lily of the Valley flower was first made popular by Queen Victoria and has since been featured in many of the royal wedding bouquets, it is symbolic of a return of happiness as well as humility and purity.

The Clogau collection consists of 11 pieces in both 925 sterling silver and 9ct yellow gold with leaf motifs of 9ct rose. The jewellery showcases opulent freshwater pearls to symbolise the woodland flower, alongside diamonds within gold pieces of the collection.

For more information on Clogau’s coronation collections visit www.clogau.co.uk

Did you know?
Clogau (pronounced “Clog-eye”) is a second-generation family business celebrating over 30 years experience creating unique hand-finished jewellery of the highest quality and originality, inspired by the natural beauty of Wales and an esteemed association with British royalty.

Clogau has used Welsh gold sourced from the same mine as many of the Royal Family’s wedding rings, including that of Queen Elizabeth II, for over 100 years — the Clogau St David’s Gold Mine in Wales.

Many of the Clogau jewellery collections are inspired by the natural beauty, myths, legends, traditions and heritage rooted in Wales.

To find out more about the Clogau range and find perfect gift or treat for yourself visit www.clogau.co.uk

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