The Duchess of Cambridge debuted The Queen’s Emerald Earrings and Bracelet during Jamaica’s reception in March 2022. The set was believed to be a gift from Middle Eastern monarchs.
From Her Majesty’s Jewel Vault, “The set includes earrings, a necklace, a bracelet, and at least one ring. The necklace and earrings incorporate diamonds and emeralds set in gold in a design of knots and tassels with emerald ends. One possible suspect for the provenance of these pieces is Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan of the United Arab Emirates; pieces of the parure were worn at the return dinner he held at Claridge’s during his July 1989 state visit to the U.K., and the Queen has a history of wearing gifts or otherwise related jewels at return dinners. This, however, is not confirmed.”