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As the King's coronation approaches, we have carefully curated a selection of fireworks that produce predominantly red, white, and blue effects. These colours hold a significant symbolic value as they represent the country's flag and patriotism, therefore we have hand-picked barrages that feature these three colours alone whilst still offering stunning performance.

Exploding Cherries - Noise Rating 7/10 - 30 Seconds - Cost £9.96

In tenth place, we kick things off with Exploding Cherries, a 16 shot cake from Brothers. Beautiful white strobing willow tails burst to red and blue starred peonies with alternating white strobe and crackling clusters. At less than £10 this firework provides a distinctly patriotic performance and would look superb if fired in pairs.

Dr Thrust - Noise Rating 7/10 - 30 Seconds - Cost £14.94

Dr Thrust takes ninth spot and is certainly the most unusual sounding firework on this list! White spinning hummers dance upwards, emitting joyful sound effects before bursting to blue peonies with white blink. Next, ruby red and sapphire blue mine lifts tower upwards amongst whirring shrill effects and finally red comets burst to red bursts with silver crackle. This firework is both a treat on the eyes and ears!

Jammer - Noise Rating 5/10 - 26 Seconds - Cost £9.96

Jammer is another inexpensive firework yet its red, white and blue performance is truly compelling. The single-effect barrage launches 25 red and blue starred peonies and white strobing stars complete the much-desired patriotic colour palette.

Elite - Noise Rating 8/10 - 24 Seconds - Cost £24.96

Stepping up in size, Elite 16 Shot takes seventh place in our countdown. Mighty red, white and blue glittering strobes dominate the sky followed by a storm of loud bursting red peonies. To conclude an in-built finale fires four overlapping brocades and time rain dragon eggs give a final send off.

Aftershock - Noise Rating 8/10 - 37 Seconds - Cost £24.96

Taking sixth place, Aftershock produces white swirling dragon tails which leave corkscrewing plumes of twirling sparks. Above, red and blue starred golden willows break with a good thud and white tipped dirty gold palms follow. This punchy barrage produces an abundance of colour which would represent the Union Jack perfectly.

Wolf In Sheep's Clothing - Noise Rating 8/10 - 25 Seconds - Cost £29.94

Wolf In Sheep's Clothing is a 12 shot barrage from Sky Crafter and features a 25mm inner tube diameter. Red stars launch to red brocade with white blink followed by huge white strobing breaks and then blue and red tipped brocades follow. This exquisite firework then repeats these effects in a series of four cycles, and is therefore truly fitting for the King's Coronation.

King Cobra - Noise Rating 9/10 - 36 Seconds - Cost £14.94

King Cobra narrowly misses out on a top three place, but is none-the-less an ideal barrage for the royal festivities! Snaking charcoal tails effortlessly soar into the skies and on detonation jaw-dropping golden brocades swamp the night with red, then blue and finally white peonies. At under £15 this cake offers unbelievable value and couldn't be any more fitting!

Omega Bomb - Noise Rating 8/10 - 33 Seconds - Cost £24.96

Our very own Omega Bomb features both 1.3g performance, and maximum sized 30mm inner tube diameters which combined make this firework an absolute powerhouse! Effects include red palms with white strobe, blue and red starred crackling chrysanthemums and finally blue palm trees with white crackle clusters. What a way to honour the King!

Goblins Gold - Noise Rating 8/10 - 30 Seconds - Cost £24.96

In second spot is our 19 shot Goblins Gold barrage and although relatively simple this firework represents the countries flag effortlessly! Multicoloured comets rise high into the sky and burst into massive brocade effects with accompanying cherry red, blue, and white glitter.

Pablo - Noise Rating 8/10 - 30 Seconds - Cost £24.96

Taking first place in our King's Coronation countdown is Pablo, a 16 shot cake which will certainly do King and country proud! Red tails burst to perfectly spherical red peony breaks, followed by blue tails to blue peonies and then white tails to white peonies. Just when you thought the firework couldn't get any better, an in-built finale then produces crackling tails to time rain dragon eggs.

With our expertly curated collection of red, white, and blue fireworks, we are confident that you will be able to host an unforgettable display that will honour the King, and the country, on this momentous occasion. Have a great one!

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