60 Spheres Jubilee Statue is one of the four Diamond Jubilee memorials in Windsor. It was designed by Caroline Basra, a 15-year-old pupil from Windsor Girls’ School, who won an open competition held by the Windsor and Eton Society. According to the competition winner, it took just ten minutes for her to come up with the design. It was created by Crauford Ltd of Slough. The sculpture comprises 60 spheres rising upwards, each sphere representing a year of the Queen’s reign. 59 of the spheres were made from stainless steel, except for the crowning sphere which is made from glass and is in the shape of a diamond. The Queen unveiled the statue on 9 October 2012.
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