Jubilee Gift Guide
Celebrate the Platinum Jubilee in Style
Our team have been scouring our stores for the finest in gifting, party wear, and homeware to make sure you and your home are ready for royalty ahead of the long weekend. Take a look at our edit of some of the fabulous collections available at Victoria Leeds.
Looking for tempting treats and fancy fare? Look no further than the fourth floor of Harvey Nichols. Decked out in blue, red and white bunting, it’s difficult not to get excited about the Jubilee. You’ll find everything you need to put on a beautiful gourmet display.
Make it easy for yourself with the Platinum Jubilee Celebration Hamper, £155. Featuring wine, drinks and posh nibbles for all, it’s a great way to toast to the Queen.
London Guards Gingerbread Iced Biscuits by Biscuiteers, £24.95.
Platinum Jubilee Pageant Edition Whispering Angel Rose 2021, by Caves D’Esclans, £22.50.
18ct gold Crown Ring, Annoushka, second floor Harvey Nichols, Leeds. Available in store, designs starting from £2,900.
Give your bathroom the royal seal of approval with Molton Brown’s latest fragrant collection of bath and body treats. A brand with the Royal Warrant, its bestselling black pepper collection is of a spicy blend offering notes of black pepper, coriander and vetiver, to refresh and revitalise in equal measure.
Collection starts from £16.
Charbonnel et Walker
What’s a dinner party without after dinner truffles? And these aren’t just any truffles; these are the truffles of choice for Her Majesty the Queen. This striking gold and purple hamper, with the official Platinum Jubilee emblem features milk and dark chocolats, sea salt caramel gifts, Union Jack flag chocolates, Pink Marc de Champagne truffles and ruby heart filled with three milk Marc de Champagne truffles.
Queens Platinum Jubilee Hamper, £160.
The closest we’ll ever come to the real Crown Jewels, Boodles has launched its Peace of Mined collection of jewellery. Diamonds are sourced from the same Cullinen Mine in South Africa, as the 530.2 carat ‘Great Star of Africa’ and the 317 carat ‘Lesser Star of Africa’, both diamonds found in the British Crown Jewels, namely the Sovereign’s Sceptre and Imperial State Crown respectively.
The designers from this family-owned jeweller have taken great inspiration from the geometry of Crown Jewels, combined with feminine, elegant silhouettes, allowing the lucky recipients of such wonderful pieces to begin their own stories.
Price TBC upon official launch.