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- Object: National Token of South Wales...
National token of Wales that was presented to Princess Alexandra upon her wedding in 1863; at centre of token, image of leek on ground of diamonds; three pendants beneath, representing St David, the dragon of Wales, and the arms of Wales; surmounted token a bouquet of trefoil, oak, wheat and mistletoe, emblematic of the four seasons, with the Welsh motto which translates: "From South Wales to their Princess'; above this is the bracelet, also given to the Princess, with an emerald set in diamonds.
- Production date
- 1864 (circa)
Height: 291 millimetres (border of image)
Width: 210 millimetres
- Curator's comments
- Presented to the Princess by the Ladies of South Wales as a wedding gift.
See "The Cornwall Chronicle" (18 May, 1864) for account of gift.
Cataloguing supported by the Pilgrim Trust
- Not on display
- Associated events
- Associated Event: St David's Day 1864
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