'Classic and traditional': Kate Middleton’s £9,000 necklace gives Duchess 'refined' look

Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge, has one of the most impressive jewellery collections in the world, with pieces like bracelets, necklaces and earrings all worn regularly by the royal. An expert has commented on one of the Duchess’ beautiful necklaces, worth a huge £9,000.

Kate is not afraid to rewear jewellery or outfits several times in a row, with certain jewellery pieces in her main rotation.

However, one necklace, which has only been worn by Kate a handful of times, first made a debut on her 10th wedding anniversary when she posed for pictures with William.

The Daisy Heritage Pendant sells for around £9,000 on the retailer’s website.

The description reads: “Flora and fauna have long featured in Asprey’s collections, and the quintessentially English Daisy has been a motif our jewellery designers have been using in various forms for decades.

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Other rumours suggest that the piece could have been an anniversary present from Prince William.

The expert added: “The necklace is valued at around £9,000, it’s a classic piece with individually set micro marquise diamond petals and a pavé diamond centre.

“The necklace is set in 18ct white gold, with each of the petals held in piece by two V-shaped claws.

“More light can pass through the stone this way.

The jewellers Diamond Daisy Cluster Pendant & Necklace retails for just £995.

Kate Middleton also has the matching Asprey earrings, which are worth nearly £19,000.

The royal often opts for British brands such as Asprey, a brand which has been recognised as one of the world’s pre-eminent luxury goods brands.

The luxury jewellery brand has seen a huge interest in the diamond earrings since the Duchess stepped out in them.

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source: express.co.uk