On day four of the 2016 Canada tour, the Duchess of Cambridge (Kate Middleton) carried out a number of engagements in Okanagan Valley, British Columbia and Whitehorse, Yukon. She debuted the Monica Vinader Siren earrings in green Onyx.
In March 2017, she wore the earrings again. First, to an event with the Irish Guards in London.
On the same day, Kate wore the earrings for an engagement in Paris.
About the Monica Vinader Siren earrings:
The earrings feature an irregular shaped multi-faceted Green Onyx gemstone set into 18ct Gold Plated Vermeil on Stirling Silver. The gemstone measures approximately 12mm x 10mm (0.47 x 0.4″).
Monica Vinader describes the Siren earrings as simple and sophisticated, “great for everyday wear”.
Here’s a look at the earrings from a side-on view:
According to Monica Vinader’s website, “sea-worn treasures and the glamour of southern Italy” inspired the designer when creating these earrings.
Monica Vinader is a member of the Responsible Jewellery Council and is committed to the ethical sourcing of products.
Where to buy Kate’s earrings:
The Siren earrings can be purchased from the designer’s official website (MonicaVinader.com). The company ships to most countries. The earrings cost £125 GBP / £195 USD / €165 EUR (you can check other on the website too).
The earrings can also be purchased from:
Monica Vinader Siren collection:
Monica Vinader sells four different types of Siren earrings in green onyx:
There are other pieces in the Siren collection too, including matching rings and bracelets:
Kate Middleton waring Monica Vinader:
— Monica Vinader (@MonicaVinader) October 21, 2014