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The fine bone china two-handled cup, which is new to the range of Official Royal Wedding Commemorative China, also features the coronet of Prince William and the wedding date.
With the royal wedding in little over a month, potters making the official china have turned up the heat as the day draws near.
Prices for pieces from the Official Royal Wedding Commemorative China range are as follows: Tankard £35, plate £40, pill box £25.
Around 70,000 pieces had been made since the royal wedding china went on sale in December and demand had not decreased, she said.
Inside the tankard are rows of tiny hearts and two silver doves holding a gold wedding ring.
A second Stoke pottery has also been tasked with the creation of an eight inch commemorative plate for the wedding.
All Royal Collection pieces come in a presentation box and are wrapped in white tissue-paper printed with designs inspired by the wall hangings in Clarence House.
The factory in Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, is also creating a special tankard and pill box in honour of the marriage and orders have sky-rocketed since the announcement of the wedding.
The first ever Loving Cup has been hand-gilded at a pottery in Staffordshire yesterday, bearing the entwined initials C and W to stand for Prince William and Kate - or Catherine - Middleton, in gold and silver.
The couple had the final say on the piece and approved the design, which is decorated with a pattern of doves, white ribbons and hearts in silver, gold and grey, set against a pale grey striped background.
Each is made with several layers of burnished gold and platinum before a final layer of gilding is applied by hand in 22-carat gold.
There will only be 1,000 of them made for the Collection and gilder Linda Hancox said working on the first ever Loving Cup was a nerve-wracking task. Her hand was shaking, she said, as she put paintbrush to tanker for the first time. But it was an "exciting experience", she added.
Around 10,000 have already been produced, with orders still rolling in. The order was also welcomed by the family-run business.