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Fakenham-based Langham Glass unveils new paperweight to mark King Charles’ Coronation





A town business has designed a special commemorative paperweight to mark the King’s Coronation this weekend.

Fakenham-based Langham Glass has unveiled the special product ahead of King Charles’ big day on Saturday.

Jonathan Miller, the managing director of the Greenway Lane company, has spoken of his pride at its completion.

Langham Glass’ paperweight made by Langham Glass
Langham Glass’ paperweight made by Langham Glass

Each paperweight has been handmade in the factory, just a few miles away from Sandringham House - one of the royal residences of the King.

The design uses the traditional Royal Palace colours purple and gold within the paperweight, with the gold surrounding the paperweight designed to mirror jewels.

Each product features a cypher of the King’s initial C intertwined with the letter R for Rex – Latin for King – with III denoting Charles III.

Each paperweight will be stamped Langham England, signed by Paul Miller, include a certificate and be presented in a satin-lined box.

Each one has been priced at £99.95, and is available to order from the Fakenham shop now.



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