Queen Elizabeth II's Silver Jubilee Pearl Earrings
These simple earrings feature an oval pearl drop suspended from a sparkling round diamond stud. The earrings derive their name from a significant public event in their history—the celebration of Queen Elizabeth II's Silver Jubilee in June 1977. On this occasion, Queen Elizabeth wore these diamond and pearl earrings for a thanksgiving service at St. Paul's Cathedral in London. These earrings were not among Queen Elizabeth's frequently worn jewels. Over the past decade, she lent them to two family members: first to Sophie, Countess of Wessex, and later to the Duchess of Cambridge.
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STYLE FILE: Queen Elizabeth II Silver Jubilee Pearl Earrings as seen on Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, Princess of Wales.