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20 Awesome Queen's Diamond Jubilee Souvenirs

To mark the 60th year of Queen Elizabeth II on the throne,  many makers have been creating cool (not just another souvenir) keepsakes.  From illustrated tea towels and adorable buntings to beautiful fine art photography.  Here are 20 awesome pieces commemorating this special occasion.

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  • Diamond Jubilee Pincushion 1 of 21
    Diamond Jubilee Pincushion
    A hand embroidered pin cushion of the Queen.
    Available at on Etsy.
  • Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Tea Towel 2 of 21
    Queen's Diamond Jubilee Tea Towel
    Hand-drawn by Have a Gander illustrator Peter Gander.
    Available at Have a Gander on Etsy.
  • Big Ben 3 of 21
    Big Ben
    The sun sets over Big Ben.
    Available at Alysia Cotter Photography.
  • Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Tea Towel (Dish Cloth) Red 4 of 21
    Queen's Diamond Jubilee Tea Towel (Dish Cloth) Red
    Limited Edition 'Jubilee Tea Party' tea towel, done in collaboration with The *TeaShed.
    Available at Victoria Eggs on Etsy.
  • London Icons Diamond Jubilee Pillows 5 of 21
    London Icons Diamond Jubilee Pillows
    A rather cheery set of souvenir pillows - a perfect compliment to a tea party.
    Available at AllTheTrimmingsUK on Etsy.
  • Diamond Jubilee Bunting 6 of 21
    Diamond Jubilee Bunting
    A royally modern alternative way to decorate!
    Available at GracesFavours on Etsy.
  • The Queen Tote 7 of 21
    The Queen Tote
    A great bag to haul all your souvenirs in!
    Available at sugarushuk on Etsy.
  • Royal Albert Old English Rose Tea Set 8 of 21
    Royal Albert Old English Rose Tea Set
    Tea wouldn't be tea without Royal Albert along.
    Available at Nancy's Tea Shop on Etsy.
  • Telephone 9 of 21
    Telephone
    An alternative image of a British Telephone Booth.
    Available at Alysia Cotter Photography.
  • Queenie Brooch 10 of 21
    Queenie Brooch
    A handmade brooch made with acrylic felt.
    Available at Joanna Barltrop on Etsy.
  • Heart Bunting 11 of 21
    Heart Bunting
    A lovely heart bunting to decorate your flat!
    Available at StampAndStitch on Etsy.
  • Love Is the Answer 12 of 21
    Love Is the Answer
    Nothing says Britain more than a cool "Banksy" paste-up.
    Available at Alysia Cotter Photography on Etsy.
  • Union Jacks Bunting Pillow 13 of 21
    Union Jacks Bunting Pillow
    A pretty iconic bunting pillow.
    Available at IconicPillows on Etsy.
  • Tea Towel 14 of 21
    Tea Towel
    Fancy a Brew? Cute illustrated tea towel, perfect for a royal tea.
    Available at SnugInteriors on Etsy.
  • Vintage Royal Queen Bunting 15 of 21
    Vintage Royal Queen Bunting
    Hang this beautiful bunting up proudly for everyone to see!
    Available at Hello Goodbye Designs on Etsy.
  • Corgi Dog Hairpins 16 of 21
    Corgi Dog Hairpins
    The Queen's beloved dogs show up on hairpins!
    Available at ElizabethPawle on Etsy.
  • 1953 Coronation Souvenir Tin 17 of 21
    1953 Coronation Souvenir Tin
    A rare vintage Queen Elizabeth II Coronation Tin.
    Available at Genna Pethers on Etsy.
  • Castle 18 of 21
    Castle
    A beautiful castle fine art print.
    Available at Alysia Cotter Photography on Etsy.
  • Vintage Coronation Tin 19 of 21
    Vintage Coronation Tin
    A vintage Queen Elizabeth II Coronation tin.
    Available at toastandmarmalade1 on Etsy.
  • Diamond Jubilee Tea Towel 20 of 21
    Diamond Jubilee Tea Towel
    Another cool piece of memorabilia marking the 60th year of Queen Elizabeth II on the throne.
    Available at on Etsy.
  • Queen’s Jubilee Print 21 of 21
    Queen's Jubilee Print
    A fine art photograph of the decorated streets of London for the Jubilee.
    Available at Alysia Cotter Photography.

 

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Jan is the co-founder of Poppytalk, a blog about the beautiful, the decayed and the handmade and Poppytalk Handmade, an online curated marketplace. Follow her on Twitter , Facebook and Pinterest!

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