The Duchess of Cambridge wore the stunning Cassandra Goad Cavolfiore Pearl Studs at the christening of Prince Louis in July 2018. Coming from the label’s Journey to Sicily collection, Cavolfiore studs in 18ct yellow gold are set with seven pearls set with diamonds (0.3cts). The £4,360.00 inspired by the clusters of young flower stalks of the cauliflower (cavolfiore) in the market are still available.
The UK-based designer Cassandra Goad started her jewelry business in 1985 and has her store on Sloane Street, London. Her designs follow her belief that jewels should be carried forward for future generations. And this pair would definitely be in The Duchess Jewel vault for a long time and one day we might see either her daughter or daughter-in-law wearing them.
Since its debut, The Duchess of Cambridge has worn them on many important occasions like Remembrance Day service, Launch of Back to Nature Garden, Beating the Retreat Ceremony, Holocaust Memorial Day, and most recently at the Easter Sunday service. She also wore them to a visit to Leicester in 2018 and at the Special Armistice Service in the same year.