Furniture for the Truly Special Occasions

To be a monarch means that you have a throne. Most traditional concepts of kings and queens are indelibly connected to the throne, the ultimate seat of power. Queen Elizabeth II has a Throne Room in Buckingham Palace. Appropriately enough, the focal point of the room is her throne. Right beside it is the throne... Continue Reading →


A Royal Snack

Second only to Elizabeth II herself, the star attraction at the 1953 Coronation was the massive Queen of Tonga, Salote Tupou III. As she rode by in an open carriage with her comparatively-small foreign minister, someone asked Noel Coward who the foreign minister was. Coward responded, "Her lunch." source

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