Garden of Kings 956/6 Lidded Box

Lidded Box

It is a well-known fact that His Majesty King Charles III is an avid champion of the delphinium, with his own beloved Highgrove Gardens holding these towering kings within the Cottage Garden, Sundial Garden, and Kitchen Garden throughout June. And so, it is with this Moorcroft design. The commanding presence of the delphinium blooms soar up the side of this lidded pot, a shape not released since the Coronation of King George VI in 1937, with erect racemes of corn-eyed, soft, azure to pimpernel-blue flowers rising over Highgrove itself. It has been said that the heart of kings should not lie in Royal palaces but in the garden itself. The lid, topped with a monde, as found on the St. Edward's Crown, a crown historically used at the moment of coronation from the coronation of King Charles II in 1661 to HM King Charles III himself, is delicately circled with delphinium blooms, which arch, one over another, like the Baroque arches of the Coronation Crown itself.

Ex Tax: £1,229.17
  • Designer: Kerry Goodwin
  • Dimensions: H 15.50 x W 13.00 x D 13.00 cm
  • Availability: Sold Out


  • Product Width13.00cm
  • Product Height15.50cm
  • Product Depth13.00cm
  • Shape:956/6
  • Designer:Kerry Goodwin
  • Edition:Limited
  • Limited Edition Size:15
  • Design Window (Style):Architecture / Broad Florals

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