The bracelet is made of three strands of white pearls, and at least six diamond halo spacers. From what is visible in the photo there are at least two rows of diamond spacers on the bracelet, three spacers on each row.
While out clubbing in May 2007, Kate was seen wearing this costume jewelry bracelet.
The closeup shows us that this is a stretchy cuff-style bracelet that is divided into square sections. Each segment is connected to the others by stretch cords. The bracelet is primarily black with white polka dots arranged across it in a neat three row pattern, two dots per row. There are 6 white dots on each segment.
Kate has borrowed this bracelet more than once from Queen Elizabeth.
It was gifted to QEII from Prince Phillip when they were married in 1947.
Prince Phillip dismantled his mother’s tiara (she was Princess Andrew of Greece and Denmark) and used the diamonds (set in platinum) to make a new bracelet. It certainly has a Grecian influence: the motif is primarily geometric and angular.
Queen Elizabeth II has worn it for portraits and other significant events.
Widely believed to be part of a suite of jewels gifted to her when she got married, Kate debuted this stunning bracelet during the 2014 NYC trip. She paired it with her ink-blue Jenny Packham gown at the St. Andrews gala.
The bracelet is made of two rows of diamonds (white and yellow) strapped to a center stone consisting of a large emerald set in a square-cut diamond setting. I am assuming this has a foldover clasp. This could be set in either white gold or platinum.
Here it is on Kate.
I believe this is a wedding gift. It has a matching pair of earrings and it’s a very extravagant piece (Kate’s taste in jewelry is not extravagant). This has not been identified for a designer yet, but I have a feeling this could be from a Middle Eastern royal. It reminds me a lot of what Princess Diana received when she got married in 1981.
Following up on the previous post, this is the matching bracelet to the necklace, also worn at the Sun Military Awards in 2011.
Here is the closeup:
Echoing the design of the necklace, the bracelet is made of white gold and features two lines of small round diamonds encircling the wrist. In between the two lines are smaller lines of diamonds running perpendicular to them, creating “cells” for the rubies and diamonds to be set inside them. Small circles studded with diamonds and flower-shaped rubies with diamond centers alternate between each cell, creating a diamond circle/ruby flower/diamond circle motif. I believe this has a fluid link (fold over clasp).
This is believed to be a part of a set Kate received when she married William.
This bracelet made an appearance in September 2009, when Kate hosted a table at a charity auction in London.
Here is the closeup:
This appears to be a six point star daisy flower bracelet with sparkling clear rhinestones or cubic zirconias studded all over the stars. It closes with a spring or lobster clasp on an adjustable chain. I believe this is costume jewelry.
I will try to locate a bracelet that could replicate this one. If anyone finds one, please contact me.
Thanks to My Small Obsessions for the ID. This is the Butler and Wilson Daisy bracelet.
The sibling to Kate’s well-used diamond earrings, this bracelet is also believed to be a wedding gift. It matches her diamond earrings in design and style.
The bracelet consists of several halo-set diamonds in a single line, wrapped around the wrist. Echoing the matching earrings, there is a baguette shaped diamond piece in between each halo-set diamond. There are two thin rows made of small round diamonds flanking the row of halo-set diamonds, create a frame for them. My best guess is that this is set in white gold.
I’m not sure how this clasps, but expensive bracelets like these tend to have a snap-shut/fold-over closure, and not a lobster clasp.
You can see how sparkly and magnificent the bracelet is here:
She wore this bracelet on many, many occasions. Listed below are a few notable ones:
Premiere of Warhorse in London in January 2012.
In Singapore in September 2012.
Tusk Conservation Awards in September 2013.
Sportsball Gala in November 2013
If you have a favorite look featuring this bracelet, tell me about it below.