The years 2022 and 2023 mark the 650th anniversary of the Luso-British Alliance, the oldest diplomatic alliance in force in existence worldwide, which began with the Treaty of Tagilde on 10 July 1372 in Vizela. It was this act that formalized the perpetual friendship between the two countries, ensured by the Treaty of London (16 June 1373) and strengthened by the Treaty of Windsor (9 May 1386). To celebrate the anniversary, Vista Alegre has created a tray inspired by the coat of arms found in the Queen’s Chapel, St James’ Palace in London, where the launch of the #Portugal-UK 650 initiative took place. The coat of arms on this piece combines the arms of Portugal and the United Kingdom, surrounded by white, red and Tudor roses. The Tudor rose, alluding to the dynasty of the same name, bears five red petals and five white petals, and is the heraldic floral emblem of England, worn by British monarchs. Vista Alegre, which has designed services for Queen Elizabeth II and the Duke of Edinburgh, is proud to contribute to this historic occasion, while also continuing to strengthen its relationship with the United Kingdom.