Throughout 2012 Britain is celebrating http://royal.gov.uk/HMTheQueen/HMTheQueen.aspx” target=”_blank”>Queen Elizabeth II‘s diamond jubilee, commemorating the 60th anniversary of the Queen’s ascension to the throne. Jewelry designer http://bunney.co.uk/” target=”_blank”>Andrew Bunney, formerly at http://drmartens.com/” target=”_blank”>Dr. Martens and current co-owner of t-shirt label http://britishremains.co.uk/” target=”_blank”>British Remains, is contributing to the festivities with two different styles of silver pin badges. Constructed from 925 sterling silver, each badge is engraved with handmarked stamps denoting the maker’s mark, traditional fineness mark, metal purity and UK Assay Office hallmark. The badges are made in England and measure 23mm in diameter, featuring D-pin closure at the back. They’re in stock now at http://oki-ni.com/mens/bunney/icat/bunney” target=”_blank”>oki-ni.