These earrings look to be from the same collection as the Elsa Peretti necklace. It’s been difficult to receive absolute confirmation that they are Elsa Peretti designs (because I think these are from a previous collection and no longer available for sale), but I would bet money they are from the same designer.
A bezel diamond set in yellow gold holds the post earring to the earlobe. Beneath this dangles a sapphire cabochon set in yellow gold.
Here they are again on Kate during her arrival in Canada (July 2011).
And at the Summerfield Community Centre in Birmingham, UK (August 2011).
Kate sometimes relies on minimal pieces to bring her look together. This bracelet is one of them.
From the website: “Tiffany round diamonds catch the light and make it dance. Bracelet in sterling silver with three round brilliant diamonds. 7″ long. Carat total weight .09. Original designs copyrighted by Elsa Peretti.”
This bracelet is a tri-diamond station bracelet with a sterling silver chain. The diamonds are set in sterling silver. It closes with a spring ring clasp.
Kate wore this bracelet on Canada Day in 2011. She also wore her Asprey button pendant necklace and her Kiki McDonough Grace White Topaz and Diamond Earrings.
I especially like this piece because it’s very versatile and can be worn with nearly any outfit, but it’s also tasteful and classic. You can’t go wrong with a simple diamond station bracelet.
A piece of jewelry from Kate’s life before marriage is this beautiful pearl and gold bracelet, created by Elsa Peretti.
It’s a piece I hope she will wear again. Apart from the one photo where she is wearing a beret and a light blue coat, I haven’t seen this bracelet on her. I love this bracelet for its simple beauty and subtle luster.
From the Tiffany’s website: “Luminous pearls scattered along a delicate chain. Bracelet in 18k gold with five freshwater cultured pearls.”
The style of this is similar to a station bracelet, the difference being that pearls take the place of gemstones.
Here it is on Kate (this photo was taken in 2007).
When Kate and William made their engagement announcement, Kate very cleverly chose blue jewelry to match her gorgeous sapphire and diamond engagement ring. Knowing that the ring was to be the main attraction, she went for a simple diamond and sapphire necklace.
Tiffany’s describes the necklace as “18k gold with a sapphire cabochon and two round brilliant diamonds.”