Last night, the Duchess of Cambridge presented the £100,000 prize at the Art Fund Museum of the Year 2016 Awards Ceremony in London.
The event was attended by about 400 people including leading figures from the arts and culture industry
The Art Fund Museum of the Year prize is awarded annually to one outstanding museum which has shown exceptional imagination, innovation and achievement in the preceding year.
Kate wore glitzy new 18ct Yellow gold vermeil earrings by Soru Jewellery.
The handcrafted earrings are iridescent baroque pearls set within multi faceted Swarovski crystals. They retail for £130.00.
Baroque Pearl Earrings, Gold
18ct Yellow gold vermeil on sterling silver earrings for pierced ears
Lead and nickle free
A Note On the Pearl for the designer: June’s birthstone, said to symbolize a pure heart and mind, innocent and faith. With links to the moon and water they help to balance emotions.
As part of the collection, there is a matching ring, pendant and bracelet.
Soru Jewellery has updated their web site with the earrings Kate actually wore. Although the ones posted above closely resemble the ones she wore, I am updating for those who are looking for the correct info.
The Duchess of Cambridge wore gold Baroque Pearl Double Sided Earrings (£130.00 and currently sold out) by Soru Jewellery. There will be more stocked in the near future. To be added to their waiting list contact them at email@example.com
18ct Yellow gold vermeil on sterling silver earrings for pierced ears.
Hand crafted with iridescent baroque pearls edged with multi faceted Swarovski crystals.