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Royal wedding: Taking a closer look at Kate Middleton's jewels

Kate_middleton_earrings We've already covered the understated (for a tiara) 1936 Cartier tiara that the queen lent Kate Middleton on her wedding day, but what about those pretty earrings that walk the line between delicate and blingy?

The earrings, a gift from the bride’s parents on her wedding day, were designed by Robinson Pelham and were made to echo the tiara.

They are a diamond set stylized oak leaf with a pear-shaped drop and a little diamond acorn dangling in the center. The acorn is not just a whimsical touch — the newly made Middleton coat of arms has acorns in its design.

-- Deborah Netburn

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Photos: A royal wedding

Photos: The dress

Photo credit: AFP/Getty Images

 
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I think Kate looked so beautiful. Very elegant, not overdone. I thought the tiarra and the earrings were such a beautiful touch. Very classy!! She is one lucky girl.



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