Royal Jewelers Celebrate Royal Wedding with Limited-Edition Collections: See the Photos!
But you don’t have to a royal bride to enjoy a little pre-wedding jewelry shopping.
In celebration of Prince Harry and Meghan’s upcoming nuptials, three royally-approved U.K jewelers have launched their own limited-edition pieces to add some sparkle to any royal wedding celebration.
Welsh jewelry brand Clogau have released a limited-edition Windsor Pearl collection, featuring of stud earrings and a pendant. Starting from $340, the escallop shell design was inspired by Prince Harry’s coat of arms and features a freshwater pearl adorned with white topaz. The British royal family have been using pure Welsh gold mined from the Snowdonia’s Clogau St. David’s mine in North Wales for their wedding bands since the Queen Mother’s nuptials in 1923, and it’s expected that Meghan will follow suit.
Kate Middleton’s go-to jeweler, Annoushka Ducas, has decided to celebrate the royal nuptials with a limited-edition diamond and gold locket charm. In 18-karat yellow and white gold, the Mythology Orb Locket Charm opens up to reveal a tiny rose gold heart swinging within. “It’s a celebration of love and royalty in a year when the British royal family have much to celebrate,” Ducas tells PEOPLE. Inspired by the orb used in the royal coronation, the pendant retails for $3,915.
Jewelry designer Claudia Bradby worked with Kate Middleton on a jewelry collaboration more than 10 years ago and now her designs are loved by everyone from Helen Mirren to Kate’s sister Pippa. To mark the wedding, the pearl specialist is auctioning off a special pair of earrings inspired by Meghan Markle and her love of calligraphy. The 18-karat gold plated earrings, which feature a single cultured pearl drop, are currently being auctioned to raise money for the U.K. cancer charity Maggie’s.
- Don’t miss out! Tune in to Meghan and Harry – a Fairy-Tale Wedding on Saturday, May 19, starting at 6 a.m. ET/ 3 a.m. PT on PeopleTV — now available on PeopleTV.com and on your favorite streaming device.
The couple will marry in front of 600 guests at St. George’s Chapel in Windsor on May 19.