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.
One of the most ostentatious and glamorous pieces in Kate’s collection, she reserves these earrings for formal events.
The earrings shown above were part of an estate jewelry trunk show in San Francisco. The price listed on Metier’s site is $775.
It looks like Beaut offers copies of these vintage earrings. I’m not sure if Kate owns the vintage pair shown at the trunk show or if hers are a replica.
From the website: “Royal vintage-style ‘Eva’ earrings as worn by the Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton. These art deco vintage style earrings are 9ct gold hoops and sterling silver set with paste stones. Handmade in London.”
The earrings feature a spear shaped silver pendant studded with paste stones. It’s attached to an elongated triangular piece connected to two paste stone drops (one rectangular, one square). The entire front of the earring is covered in paste stones. The earrings hang on the earlobe with a gold hoop attached to the back.
Kate wore these to a private event for the Thirty Club of London in May 2012 and to the National Memorial Arboretum Appeal Dinner in November 2011.
The ones sold on Beaut’s website are priced at $299.91.