(CBS) - It's a necklace fit for a princess - and designed by a woman who will soon have that title.
The sterling silver bean pendant that Kate Middleton co-designed back in 2007 has been reissued.
The simple, but feminine piece features a rose quartz and a pink freshwater pearl charm on a 16" sterling silver snack chain. It was commissioned by Middleton and sold at the British retailer Junior Jigsaw, where she worked as an accessories buyer.
The royal-to-be created the necklace with British jewelry designer Claudia Bradby. It is available for £54 (about $88) at Bradby's online shop.
"I primarily dealt with her [Middleton] through our working relationship and I found her utterly charming and really rather impressive; focused, creative, thoughtful and kind," Bradby said on her website. "The royal family is very lucky to have her."