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Kate Middleton’s Wedding Ring Made from Repurposed Welsh Gold
Posted By Diane Pham On May 1, 2011 @ 11:30 am In Accessories and Fashion,Design,sustainable style sundays | 1 Comment
Even though the royal wedding has passed, there’s still a lot of buzz going around over the ceremony  and dress  – but what about that eco-fabulous ring ? Designed by Wartski , a Welsh family-run jewelry business founded in the late 1800s, the sparkling band was in fact hand-crafted from gold mined from the mountains near Anglesey in Wales. The gold originally belonged to Queen Elizabeth II, who gifted the precious piece to her then-engaged grandson to give to his blushing bride.
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URLs in this post:
 ceremony: http://inhabitat.com/the-carbon-footprint-of-the-royal-wedding-is-6765-tons-of-co2/
 dress: http://www.ecouterre.com/kate-middletons-royal-wedding-dress-designed-by-sarah-burton-features-intricate-local-handcraft/
 eco-fabulous ring: http://www.officialroyalwedding2011.org/blog/2011/April/29/Miss-Middleton-s-Wedding-Ring
 Wartski: http://www.wartski.com/
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