Pearl EarringsOur resident in house Jewellery expert comments on the Express online about Three stunning jewellery items Kate Middleton inherited from Princess Diana.

“This contemporary piece was designed by Nigel Milne in 1988 and showcased as part of the Birthright collection in his catalogue.

“The advertised price for it was £2,200 (close to £6,000 today), with proceeds of sales going to the charity of the same name, Birthright.

“It was first worn by Princess Diana at the Birthright Ball in 1989, as she was the charity’s patron.”

Kate has worn the bracelet on several occasions as a senior royal, and it is valued at a significant price.

Ms Michell added: “This piece would do well at auction, and being a piece that is versatile, worn day or night, would sell for over £30,000.”

Collingwood pearl earrings

Princess Diana frequently wore the Collingwood pearl earrings while out at royal events, and Kate has also donned the earrings in recent years.

Ms Michell said: “A wedding gift to Princess Diana, these pearl earrings were given to her a month before her wedding day by Collingwood Jewellers (family jewellers of the Spencer Family), and worn as part of her sending-off outfit.

“She wore them over a dozen times either dressed up or down, and [the earrings] have been worn as many times by Kate to official functions.

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