Wartski chosen for Royal Wedding ring commission


Welsh Royal family jeweller selected for Catherine Middleton’s ring.

The wedding ring now worn by Catherine Duchess of Cambridge was created by the Queen’s jeweller Wartski.

The prestigious company, headquartered in the Welsh town of Llandudno, holds royal appointments as jewellers for the Queen and the Prince of Wales.

It made the rings for the wedding of the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall in 2005.

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The Duchess of Cambridge’s ring, which Prince William struggled to put onto her finger during the wedding ceremony, is made from a piece of Welsh gold given to Prince William by the Queen shortly after the engagement was announced.




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