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Join The Bottletop Royalty!

May 3, 2023
by the gentle author

Robson Cezar, the King of the Bottletops has been making these ingenious bottletop crowns for the forthcoming coronation celebrations, permitting everyone to be crowned his weekend.

They are suitable for men and woman who aspire to become bottletop kings and queens, and for younger folk who wish to be bottletop princes and princesses.

A satin ribbon tied at the back of the head means one size fits all.

CLICK HERE to order your bottletop crown and face the coronation with confidence!





Robson Cezar, The King of the Bottletops

Photographs copyright © Sarah Ainslie

A pair of bottletop princesses model Robson Cezar’s crowns

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  1. May 3, 2023

    A wonderful idea for the coronation ceremony of King Charles III on Saturday! I will follow everything on TV and, by the way, flag my car with the Union Jack.

    Long live KING CHARLES III !

    Love & Peace

  2. May 3, 2023

    Fantastic! I love the bottletop crowns.

  3. May 3, 2023

    Brilliant idea! I’ll have to get mine out! (Although I’m afraid that my “King’s Colours” are pre-1801, @Achim!)

  4. May 3, 2023

    Perfect! Recycling, celebration and originality.

  5. Cherub permalink
    May 3, 2023

    What a fun idea!

    I’m looking forward to watching The Coronation from Switzerland and am planning a nice British afternoon tea for it, the bunting is ready.
    God Save The King, I met him as the Prince of Wales back in the 90s when he made a private visit to a London gallery I worked in.

  6. May 4, 2023

    By the way, I also met Prince Charles years ago, several times in fact. In 1997 he was here in Kassel to visit the first organic market and to meet royal relatives in the area.

    I was fortunate to see the whole Royal Family at the Braemar Highland Games in 1980, and then a second time when they visited Crathie Kirk near Balmoral in September 1982. I can still hear the two elderly ladies shouting: “Look, it’s Prince Charles!”

    The Queen Mother waved at me then. Only Lady Diana I never got to see — she was at the funeral of her best friend Grace Kelly in Monaco at that time….

    Love & Peace

  7. Cherub permalink
    May 4, 2023

    Thanks to Achim for the link to an interesting article about the visit to Germany. I sometimes take a tram across the border to Weil Am Rhein in Baden Würrtemberg to shop or go to the Vitra Design Museum.

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