The London 2012 range features a whole host of luxury items from crystal glasses and Wedgwood china, to cushions and one of the collector’s favourites – coins. To purchase London 2012 merchandise, simply visit www.london2012.com/shop
The elegant Waterford Crystal pieces perfectly commemorate the grandeur of the London 2012 Games. The collection includes a tumbler pair and Champagne Flute pair, featuring stunning patterns inspired by the London 2012 bursts and show excellent brilliance and clarity. The intricate detailing of the bursts combine with the comforting Waterford’s hand-crafted fine crystal to produce stunning drinkware items that define traditional styling even while transcending it. The collection also comes complete with prestige packaging.
London 2012 Olympic Games Waterford crystal champagne flute pair:
London 2012 Olympic Games Waterford crystal tumbler pair:
These beautiful hand embroidered items are the perfect way to mark the London 2012 Olympics. The striking, contemporary designs make wonderful Olympic memorabilia and fabulous, iconic heirlooms for the future.
Jan Constantine London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Collection :
£30 – £120
The men’s Olympic jewellery range has been created by Links of London especially for the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games and includes sterling silver cufflinks with a variety of sporting themes.
Paralympics GB logo cufflinks
These round sterling silver 2012 Paralympics GB Logo Cufflinks stamped with a lion’s head are a subtle, but stylish way to show your support.
Limited edition London 2012 set of stainless steel cards:
Commemorate London 2012 in style with this stunning and uniquely presented deck of stainless steel playing cards. Every card is precision etched to the highest standard and features a distinctive mesh pattern that defines the style of the playing cards front and back. The face of each card is etched with a sporting pictogram while the picture cards feature London landmarks in the characteristic style of London 2012. These exquisitely detailed cards demand attention; each deck is dramatically presented in a metal ‘shard’ machined from solid aircraft alloy. The geometry of the shard itself is a work of art as it separates dramatically to reveal the cards inside. Mesh playing cards are produced to order in a strictly limited edition of just 250 and each deck features an authenticity card bearing a unique issue number.