Not only is each of these crowns a unique keepsake of this momentous year for London, but also a priceless collector's item with each brand's signature style reflected in the design. All the proceeds from the auction will go to Macmillan Cancer Support.
Bidding starts at £50 (only bids in multiples of £10 will be considered).
Fabulously British, Paul Smith's crown is covered in trinkets, buttons and patriotic memorabilia, reflecting the Queen's 60 year reign.
The Valentino crown is classically elegant with a touch of sparkle, in keeping with the design house's glamorous red carpet gowns.
Lanvin's embellished and bejewelled creation was created with Alber Elbaz's typical flamboyance and panache.
Adorned with a delicate flower and butterfly arrangement, Roberto Cavalli’s crown is made with precious crystal stones in pastel and spring colours.
How Does The Bidding Process Work?
Step 1 Select a Crown Choose one of the crowns from the selection of Paul Smith, Lanvin, Valentino & Roberto Cavalli.
Email your details (name, contact number, email address, postal address, crown and bid) to firstname.lastname@example.org to place bid.
Bidding starts at £50 (only bids in multiples of £10 will be considered). Please bid high to avoid disappointment and to raise as much money as possible for Macmillan.
Step 3 Confirmation Harrods will contact you by Wednesday 8th August to let you know if you have been successful.
Payment will be accepted by cheque. Please make cheques payable to Macmillan Cancer Support and post to:
Macmillan Cancer Support
89 Albert Embankment
London SE1 7UQ
The winning bidder will be notified by Wednesday 8th August 2012
About Macmillan Cancer Support
Cancer is the toughest fight most of us will ever face. But you don’t have to go through it alone. The Macmillan team is with you every step of the way. We are the nurses and therapists helping you through treatment. The experts on the end of the phone. The advisers telling you which benefits you’re entitled to. The volunteers giving you a hand with the everyday things. The campaigners improving cancer care. The fundraisers who make it all possible.
For more information on Macmillan Cancer Support, please visit www.macmillan.org.uk