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Pippa Middleton commissions British jewellery brand for aisle style

ENGLEFIELD, ENGLAND - MAY 20: Pippa Middleton and James Matthews smile for the cameras after their wedding at St Mark's Church on May 20, 2017 in Englefield, England. Middleton, the sister of Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge married hedge fund manager James Matthews in a ceremony Saturday where her niece and nephew Prince George and Princess Charlotte was in the wedding party, along with sister Kate and princes Harry and William. (Photo by Kirsty Wigglesworth - Pool/Getty Images)

Pippa Middleton was adorned in pieces by British jewellery brand Robinson Pelham during her wedding to James Matthews on Saturday (May 20).

The Middleton family has regularly commissioned Robinson Pelham for exclusive pieces, with many speculating that the British brand designed the bride’s art deco-style Asccher-cut diamond engagement ring.

Whilst this has never been confirmed, it is official that Pippa Middleton commissioned Robinson Pelham to hand-make her delicate tiara and headpiece used to secure the veil.

In addition, the bride also wore the Robinson Pelham earrings designed she paired with her white gown when she was a bridesmaid to the Duchess of Cambridge.

With her hair up, Robinson Pelham’s diamond head pieces were clear to see on the day.

British Fine Jeweller, Robinson Pelham was founded in 1997 by partners Kate Pelham Burn, Vanessa Chilton and Zoe Benyon. For 16 years Robinson Pelham worked from their Pimlico Atelier, solely on bespoke and private commissions for their clients.

In 2012, to coincide with the launch of their first ever ready to wear collections, Robinson Pelham opened their flagship boutique on Elystan Street, in the heart of Chelsea.


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