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Jonathan Adler and Others Design Royal Wedding-Themed Plates

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Perhaps commemorative fridges or even buying Kate Middleton's childhood home are too much of a commitment. But for those still looking to get their royal wedding on, now there's a bunch of plates that help do just that. Partnering with British shelter pub Living Etc., Designers such as Jonathan Adler, Lee Broom, and Ben de Lisi have all created a series of plates immortalizing Prince William's upcoming nuptials beyond their already-immortalized state. Each drew inspiration from unlikely sources: Broom, from street artist Banksy; de Lisi, from ransom notes; and Adler, at least originally, from anarchy. He had intended to replace the "A" in "Kate" with an anarchy symbol until he realized going punk felt off, ultimately deciding on happy little corgis instead. The plates will be auctioned off on April 29 to benefit Shelter, a British housing/homelessness org.

· Please Meet the Prince William and Kate Commemorative Fridge [Curbed National]
· Kate Middleton's Childhood Home on the Market for $742K [Curbed National]
· Designers Offer Modern Takes on Royal Wedding Memorabilia [UnBeige]