Asprey 167 Button Earrings

On February 4, 2017, at a relay race event to promote Heads Together at Olympic Park, Kate brought out the matching earrings to her 167 Button pendant necklace.

We were not sure about their provenance at first, but after examining photos I contacted Asprey and received confirmation.

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The earrings’ components are the same as the pendant: “central amethyst stone, surrounded by pave diamonds, all set in 18ct white gold.”

Here they are on Kate.

Photo credit: www.zimbio.com
Photo credit: http://www.zimbio.com

I do not currently know the price for these. If I find one I will update.

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Teardrop Diamond Cluster Pendant Earrings

On November 22, 2016, Kate wore this pair of diamond earrings.

We know she borrowed them from the Queen, because HM wore them in 2012.

Photo credit: My Small Obsessions
Photo credit: My Small Obsessions

The main component of the earrings is a substantial pendant drop. The drop features a loop of small white diamonds formed into a teardrop shape. The center of the loop contains a linear formation of diamonds: three small bezels and one larger at the bottom. The pendant is affixed to a pear shaped stud. The stud features a single white diamond in a halo setting. Flanking the section between the pendant and stud are two marquise diamonds.

Here they are on Kate:

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Pearl Drop and Diamond Stud Earrings

Kate first wore these earrings on the Royal Tour of Canada this year. She wore them again on her first solo overseas trip to The Netherlands.

These earrings are not unfamiliar to some of us. Anna of My Small Obsessions notes that both Queen Elizabeth II and Sophie, Countess of Wessex have worn them. Anna believes this pair belongs to the Queen and she loans them to other Royal women.

Update: The Telegraph has stated these were loaned to Kate by the Queen.

Photo credit: My Small Obsessions
Photo credit: My Small Obsessions

They are quite simple: a diamond stud on the earlobe and an egg shaped pear drop attached as a dangle. I have seen video of Kate wearing these earrings. The pearl moves freely so I can confirm that they are not stationary.

Here they are on Kate:

Photo credit: Anne Janssen
Photo credit: Anne Janssen

 

Diamond and Pearl Drop Earrings

Kate debuted these earrings at Royal Ascot 2016.

Photo credit: Samir Hussein/Getty Images
Photo credit: Samir Hussein/Getty Images

 

Here is the closeup:

Photo credit: My Small Obsessions
Photo credit: My Small Obsessions

 

They are pear-shaped diamond drops framed by smaller white diamonds in what I believe is a white gold setting. Suspended from the diamond is a diamond-encrusted cap on top of a freshwater white pearl.

Anna of My Small Obsessions believes this to be a bespoke design from Robinson Pelham. 

Photo credit: My Small Obsessions
Photo credit: My Small Obsessions

 

Robinson Pelham declined to confirm if these are their designs. I personally agree with Anna, They look too similar to already-made designs from RP to not be from that company.

Since we are only making educated guesses and have no real confirmation from RP, I will not label these as their creations until I receive firm words from the company.

Here they are on Kate.

Photo credit: Max Mumby/Indigo/Getty Images
Photo credit: Max Mumby/Indigo/Getty Images

 

 

 

 

Cartier Diamond Tricolor Gold Trinity Hoop Earrings

On June 9, 2016 Kate wore these hoop earrings to the SportsAid dinner at Kensington Palace. The dinner celebrates the 40th anniversary of SportsAid.

Photo credit: https://www.1stdibs.com/
Photo credit: https://www.1stdibs.com/

 

The earrings are comprised of three hoops in yellow gold, white gold and rose gold, respectively. Each hoop is studded with 7.35 carat white diamonds.

Photo credit: Eddie Mulholland - WPA Pool/Getty
Photo credit: Eddie Mulholland – WPA Pool/Getty

Here they are on Kate:

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Photo credit: http://www.usatoday.com

These cost $49,000 at 1stdibs.

Annoushka Eclipse Diamond Eternity Ring

Around early 2014 Kate started wearing this ring.

Photo credit: www.whatkatewore.com
Photo credit: http://www.whatkatewore.com

From the website: ” “Brilliant-cut micro-pavé white diamonds with a cumulative weight of 0.23 carats are meticulously hand set into this 18ct white gold eternity ring, putting a uniquely modern twist on a classic piece of jewellery.”

The ring is set apart from typical eternity rings by its firm band of white gold on either side of the diamonds. Most eternity rings feature unbordered diamonds.

Here it is on Kate:

 

Photo credit: http://hrhcatherineduchessofcambridge.blogspot.com/
Photo credit: http://hrhcatherineduchessofcambridge.blogspot.com/

 

This item retails for $1,400.

Queen Mary’s Diamond Bar Choker Bracelet

Kate borrowed this statement bracelet (worn on her right wrist) from Queen Elizabeth II for the October 2015 state banquet.

 

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Photo credit: https://hrhduchesskate.blogspot.co.uk/

 

This was originally a choker necklace worn by Queen Mary (Queen Elizabeth II’s grandmother).

Photo credit: www.express.co.uk
Photo credit: http://www.express.co.uk

Here is the closeup of the bracelet:

Photo credit: Splash News
Photo credit: Splash News

 

You can see that the design of the choker remains in the bracelet. It appears that the bars of diamonds have been placed closer together, but the linear pattern is mostly unchanged.