When the Duchess of Cambridge, Catherine, made the first zoom call of the year 2021, she debuted a new outfit that still remains unidentified. But it was not her black blazer or white shirt that captures the attention of Royal Twitter Zone. It was a new pendant necklace that had every royal Fashion and style follower intrigued.
On the first instance, it was thought to be her Tiffany & Co Sapphire Oval Cabochon Necklace. But a closer inspection during Duchess Kate’s third video call showed that the necklace is a new element. The timing of the necklace appearance made a way to the speculation that it could be Kate’s birthday gift. Duchess Kate celebrated her 39th birthday on 09th January with her husband and three children at the Anmer Hall in Norfolk.
Finally, we had a more clear look at the necklace during this week’s video call to the Nursing students in Northern Ireland. Two weeks ago, an avid Royal watcher Lady Parky on Twitter suggested an Id, that was a close match but we were not sure.
But now we have the match – The Duchess of Cambridge’s new jewel addition is a £160 Astley Clarke Round Stilla Lapis Lazuli Pendant Necklace.
The £160 necklace is described as, “A celebration of vibrancy, this demi-fine Stilla gemstone pendant features a captivating table-cut lapis lazuli gem, set in 18-carat yellow gold plated sterling silver, and uses a spectacle setting to display the entire blue gemstone and show its complexities beautifully.”
This gemstone pendant is finished with a gold nugget detail and our signature Astley Clarke star-set lapis lazuli tag. It has a very interesting story behind it.
Currently the pendant is available in 7 different stones.
It’s not the first time, Kate has worn a stone jewel, her Monica Vinader Siren Wire earrings remain the most-loved and most-sold product of the Canadian brand.
Simple yet elegant Natural green onyx was originated in India. Set in 18ct Gold Plated Vermeil, the pair of earrings is still available for $175 in three settings and two stone types.