Royal family clothing to sell at Chiswick Auctions

A collection of clothing belonging to members of the British royal family are to sell at Chiswick Auctions.

All were made by Bernard Weatherill Ltd of Saville Row, which has held the Royal Warrant to produce riding clothes since 1920.

Queen Elizabeth jodhpur

Queen Elizabeth wore this skirt during the 1954 Trooping of the Colours

A letter of provenance accompanying the lot reads: “the garments in this box were made by the firm for various members of the Royal Family and have been handed back to them as mementos”.

The lot includes a pair of jodhpurs made for Queen Elizabeth II in 1933, when she was just seven years old.  

They were, as the letter accompanying them attests, “the first we ever made for the Queen when she was a child”.

There’s also a pair from 1935 (when she was nine) and 1970, when she was 44.

If that’s not all, there are jodhpurs made for a 10 year old Prince Charles, a side saddle skirt worn by the Queen in the 1954 Trooping of the Colours and a

The collection is valued at £400-600 ($515-772), but that could prove a little on the low side.

Demand for royal memorabilia has grown significantly in recent years, due in large part to the popularity of Prince William and Kate Middleton (and their rapidly growing family).  

We have a great selection of royal memorabilia for sale, click here to take a look.

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