Kate cleverly selected three of Asprey’s charms from their Woodland collection to reflect her family’s coat of arms.
These are the charms on a bracelet.
The ones she chose are:
An oak leaf “Created by Shaun Leane for Asprey, and inspired by British Woodland flora, the Oak Leaf Charm with round pavé diamonds, set in 18ct yellow gold, is a detachable charm and can be worn with the Asprey Charm Bracelets, the Oak Leaf Necklace and the Woodland Necklace.”
And a mushroom: “Created by Shaun Leane for Asprey, and inspired by British Woodland flora, the Mushroom Charm with pavé diamonds, set in 18ct yellow gold, is a detachable charm and can be worn with the Asprey Charm Bracelets, the Oak Leaf Necklace and the Woodland Necklace”.
Each charm is made of yellow gold and diamonds. Kate wore this necklace on numerous occasions. She wore it frequently through out her 2014 Royal Tour of Australia.
Arriving in Yulara Airport (her earrings are these ones).
Arriving in Adelaide, Australia (information about her earrings found here).
Visiting the Taronga Zoo.
To the ANZAC day services.
She has worn this outside of her trip to Australia.
Visiting the National Maritime Museum (London) in June 2014.
The charms all carry different prices. I found this handy collage that gathers together all the prices for each charm and the chain they rest on.
Simple and minimal, yet luminous and glamorous, the Asprey 167 Button Pendant has been in the Duchess’s jewelry collection for many years now. She was photographed wearing it before her engagement, during a time when she was working for the company Jigsaw.
According to the company’s website, they used “the iconic 167 New Bond Street Button”. The pendant has a “central amethyst stone, surrounded by pave diamonds, all set in 18ct white gold”. The chain it is on is also made of white gold.
The current retail price is $4,000.
Here it is on Kate during the Royal Tour of Canada in 2011.