Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II Commemorative Glass Tyg

  • This glass tyg was created by Thomas Goode & Co. to commemorate the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II
  • Engraved with impressive detail, the glass displays the date of her coronation on June 2nd, 1953
  • Other symbols of the monarchy complete the design, including the Union Jack and the Royal standard
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Item No. 31-2733

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This impressive limited edition glass tyg by Thomas Goode & Co. of London was made especially to commemorate the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II on June 2nd, 1953. Held at Westminster Abbey, it was the first official celebration of its kind to ever be televised — approximately 27 million people in the United Kingdom alone tuned in to watch their new Queen don her crown for the first time. Considering the widespread popularity of the event, commemorative objects such as this became highly desirable, as people around the world sought remembrances of the joyous occasion.

Several beautifully engraved details adorn the cup's body, including the Queen's crowned monogram, the date of her coronation, garter star and crossed banners of the Union Jack and the Royal standard. Additional foliate motifs appear throughout, and the base is inset with a silver coin that echos the vessel's design.

7 7/8" diameter x 5 7/8" high
Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II Commemorative Glass Tyg
Period: 20th Century
Origin: England
Type: Other
Depth: 7.88 Inches
Width: 7.88 Inches
Height: 5.88 Inches

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