Kate Middleton’s Royal Wedding Earrings: Robinson Pelham Jewellers
Kate Middleton made her way down the aisle in Robinson Pelham Jewellers diamond earrings, a gift from her parents for the big day.
The earrings featured diamond-set stylized oak leaves with a pear-shaped diamond-set drop and a pavé-set diamond acorn suspended in the center. The design’s inspiration is the Middleton family’s new coat of arms, which includes acorns and oak leaves. The earrings were also made to complement the Halo tiara that the Queen loaned to Middleton.
Besides the bride’s earrings, the jeweler designed a pair for her sister and maid of honor, Pippa. Her earrings were more floral in nature to coordinate with her lily of the valley headpiece.
Middleton’s mother, Carole, accessorized her pale blue Catherine Walker coatdress with a tourmaline and diamond pendant and matching earrings. Her father, Michael, and brother, James, both wore two gold stickpins, one with a single gold acorn at the head and the other with an oak leaf.
The London-based jeweler was founded in 1996 by Kate Pelham-Burn, Vanessa Chilton, and Zoe Benyon. In addition to collections, the company specializes in custom pieces.
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