Royal Wedding helps save jobs in England's china industry

England's china houses say the boost they have received from the forthcoming Royal Wedding has been so big that it has helped save jobs and may even safeguard the future of the industry.

It is estimated that sales of merchandise related to Prince William and Kate Middleton's marriage will net more than £26m in the UK alone.

Trevor Warner has worked at Royal Crown Derby for 40 years, working his way up from the factory floor to be a shop manager.

He took BBC News around the company's factory to see how commemorative china is made.

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