Prince William & Kate Middleton Now Available in Bone China

Prince William and Kate Middleton's Bone China Collectible
Royal Collection’s range of china
The Royal Collection © 2010, Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II

12/27/2010 AT 06:05 AM EST

Royal fans seeking memorabilia for last-minute holiday gifts got what they wanted on Monday – an official set of William and Kate crockery and a commemorative coin.

Prince William and Kate Middleton, who are due to marry in April in the biggest wedding of the young century, do not personally appear on the new Royal Wedding china. But they are featured on one side of the coin, with William's grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II, on the other side.

The crockery collection, which includes a tankard ($54), eight-inch plate ($62) and pill box ($39) in English fine bone china, is patterned in hearts, white ribbons and doves.

The Royal Wedding range is available online at or at the official shops at Buckingham Palace, Windsor Castle and the Palace of Holyroodhouse, and the royal estates of Balmoral, Highgrove and Sandringham. Profits go to the Royal Collection Trust.

Prince William & Kate Middleton Now Available in Bone China| Kate Middleton, Prince William

The Royal Mint's engagement coin

Courtesy The Royal Mint

The commemorative £5 ($7.80) Alderney coin can be ordered from the Royal Mint's Web site, "The inspiration for the design came from photographs of the couple at a sporting event – the play on the traditional portrait is that Prince William is seen in profile, alluding to his Royal status," according to a statement.

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