Kate Middleton Duchess of Cambridge Inspired Replikate Black & White Pearl Drop Crystal Earrings


Beautiful handcrafted earrings inspired by a pair worn by Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge, at a UK-India Year of Culture reception at Buckingham Palace in February 2017.

Made from extra sparkly glossy gold plated cubic zirconia elements, and lustrous white Swarovski® pearls mounted in 14k gold plated wire.

Swarovski® pearls are simulated pearls made with a crystal core. Their unparalleled harmonious and lustrous shimmer is achieved using a unique coating technology developed by Swarovski. It is the first production method in the world to combine the quality of a perfect crystal core with the exquisite beauty of a pearl coating.

The original 'Kundan' earrings worn by the Duchess were made from South Sea pearls and uncut diamonds - you can now purchase an absolutely stunning replica made to a high standard, the pearls have the lustre and appearance of natural pearls for a fraction of the price.

Top bezel-set zirconia elements measure approx. 9 mm (0.35 in) in diameter, pearls measure approx. 8 mm (0.31 in) in diameter. Total length of the earrings is 2.7 cm (1.06 in).

Available in yellow gold or rhodium-plated (silver tone) brass. Now also available with black pearls as well as the original white pearls: you can buy them as a full pair in either colour (Princess Diana loved her black faux pearls in the 90s!), or go for a mismatched look and opt for one black and one white pearl.

>>> All orders from Marianna London come gift-boxed and gift-wrapped as standard, at no extra charge.