Noisy holiday crackers became an essential part of British mealtime merry-making when Queen Victoria and Prince Albert celebrated Christmas with family and friends at Buckingham Palace. Red-breasted robins have illustrated English Christmas cards and stamps ever since Victorian postmen donned bright red jackets, earning their nickname, “Robin.” Both traditions combine in these beautiful crackers. When you and a friend snap one open, out pop a paper crown, a joke and a little gift. And just like that, the fun begins! Six handmade 11 1/2" crackers, with glistening red holly berries, champagne foil and golden ribbons.