The Sarah Burton of her day, Elizabeth Emanuel created the wedding dress worn by the late Princess of Wales on her wedding day to Prince Charles in 1981.
And now a collage of off-cuts from Princess Diana's wedding gown is up for auction.
The collage contains five fabric off-cuts from the gown and one from one of the bridesmaid’s sashes
Elizabeth Emanuel gave the fabric off-cuts to the family who cared for her children during the two weeks prior to the Royal Wedding as a token of her appreciation.
'This is a unique memento of Charles & Diana’s wedding which was watched on TV by an estimated 750m people worldwide.
'This collage is the perfect opportunity for collectors to own such a personal item from the wedding of the People’s Princess' said Kylie Whitehead, PFC Auctions Spokesperson.
It isn't the first time that a piece of the historical Royal wedding have been up for auction.
In may, a scrapbook of Prince Charles and Princess Diana’s Royal Wedding made by Elizabeth Emanuel sold for £3,194 at PFC Auctions.
Diana had been a staunch supporter of Emanuel even before her wedding, wearing a black tulle gown by the designer for her first public engagement at the Royal Opera House.
She continued to do so in the years following wearing a turquoise creation at a ball in Melbourne Australia in 1985.
Bidding for the rare pieces is open now and ends at on Thursday 27 September 2012.