When Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, stepped out to join members of the British Royal Family to celebrate Commonwealth Day 2020 in London on March 9, 2020, her stylish red outfit was complemented by her choice of Mouawad diamond and ruby drop earrings. Sparkling and resplendent with 2.52 carat of diamonds and 3.62 carat of rubies, the earrings form part of a unique set that includes a matching necklace, bracelet and ring, which together feature a total of 34.68 carat of diamonds and 35.27 carat of rubies set in 18k white gold. The Duchess of Cambridge has previously been seen in public wearing other items in the set, such as in 2011 when she wore the necklace and bracelet to attend the Sun Military Awards.
Backed by 130 years of heritage of craftsmanship in fine jewelry and watchmaking, Mouawad is renowned as the jeweler of choice to royalty and to celebrities across the world. Mouawad is called on by royal protocol offices to create notable gifts to be presented to heads of state, presidents, and prime ministers. Over the decades it has also been the choice for royalty and celebrities when seeking a unique statement piece or set of jewelry. Mouawad’s esteemed clientele is always assured of a dazzling selection of stunning masterpieces crafted from exceptional gemstones; at the same time they are reassured by the knowledge that Mouawad controls every step of the creative process in-house, from the initial sourcing of the gemstones onwards. This allows for the stringent safeguarding of quality and for Mouawad to continuously deliver on its promise of crafting the extraordinary.