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Kate Middleton's got an eye for gorgeous jewelry!
According to Hello!, the Duchess of Cambridge picked out several pieces by New Zealand accessory line Tory & Ko during her tour of the country.
The brand's designer duo, Victoria Taylor and Kirstin O'Brien, were asked to supply Middleton with four pieces of her choosing after contacting Buckingham Palace via email.
"We followed up with the palace and they came back to us straight away saying, 'We love your jewelry and we would love to select some pieces from your website.' So they selected some specific pieces and we then sent them off," O'Brien explained.
"They haven't been paid for—we've just send them in the hope that the Duchess of Cambridge will wear them on her tour here in New Zealand."
Since revealing that the brunette beauty was interested in their jewelry line, the two say they've been completely swamped with requests.
So what did Prince George's mama pick out?
It turns out that Middleton was fond of four items: the cultured pearl and diamond necklace in 18 ct. white gold and matching earrings from the Bespoke Collection, a pair of blue topaz, gold and silver bow earrings, and a pair of similar citrine bow earrings from the Pretty Collection.
The Pretty Collection earrings cost approximately $600 each, while the Bespoke pieces are "price on request."
"They were very specific about what they wanted us to send," Taylor said. "We had originally suggested in our introduction email that we were bespoke jewelers in New Zealand, we would be honored for her to even consider wearing any of our jewelry and gave a few options of selections that we felt might be fitting."
She added, "However, they came back and she had selected quite different pieces—which are all beautiful."
That they are!