Kate has worn these earrings a few times, but the first and most notable appearance was at the evening reception hosted by the King of Malaysia during William and Kate’s visit to the country in 2012.
From the website: “These delicate leaf earrings are made in 18ct gold plated silver. Featuring beautifully engraved feather details they measure approximately 4.5cm and have a wonderfully playful feel to them. These timeless gold earrings are an everyday classic. As seen on The Duchess of Cambridge (Kate Middleton).
Leaf length – 3cm”
They are a intriguing design for gold drop earrings. I’m happy to see these in her collection because they are formal enough for state occasions while being sensible. I think Kate chose wisely when she bought these. They will serve her well for many years.
The earrings consist of two lanceolate-shaped vermeil pieces attached to a hooked ear wire. The leaves are splayed outward, making each leaf visible simultaneously.
She wore them to the aforementioned evening reception in Malaysia, along with her bespoke Alexander McQueen gown.
She also wore them to Sandringham in 2014.
And when she arrived at Yulara Airport in 2014.
The cost of these is £140 or $214.