A stone of your choice embedded in crushed gold.
Adjustable chain 16 - 18".
All stones measure 2mm diameter, pendant measures 15mm x 2mm.
This piece will be handmade especially for you, please allow up to 4 weeks for production.
- January - Garnet
- Februaury - Amethyst
- March - Aquamarine
- April - Diamond
- May - Emerald
- June - Pearl
- July - Ruby
- August - Peridot
- September - Blue Sapphire
- October - Opal
- November - Citrine
- December - Tanzanite
Shipping Time: 2-4 weeks
Metal Purity: Solid
Sarah Ruddock is a London-based independent jeweller who established Ruddock Jewellery in 2016. Her minimalist and modernist designs are crafted using the lost wax casting technique, resulting in unique and timeless pieces. Sarah is committed to sustainability, producing her jewellery in small batches or to order, and using recycled gold, silver, and bronze. All of her work is proudly handmade and produced entirely in London with local, family-run businesses.
RUDDOCK’s Return Policy
Each piece of RUDDOCK jewellery is handmade to order, and we do not offer refunds unless a product is found to be defective.
If your ring needs resizing, we offer this service at £50 for gold plated pieces and £30 for silver. Please contact email@example.com to enquire about resizing.
You can see RUDDOCK’s full return policy at the bottom of their storefront.
Bold. Distinctive. Design-led. Ruddock pieces strike a balance between comfort and substance, offering feelings of reassurance and empowerment to the wearer. Designed as physical reminders of spaces in time. Committed to reducing waste and energy, pieces are cast in recycled metals in small batches, or to order. Proudly produced entirely in London.
Sarah Ruddock is a fashion buyer turned jewellery designer, based in London.
With an affinity for simplicity and modernist sculptural forms, Sarah aspires to create interesting, timeless pieces with a fuss-free spirit.
Each piece is hand-crafted using the traditional technique of lost wax casting, by which Sarah hand-carves or sculpts each piece in wax form initially before being cast into metal. The result being a metal duplicate of the original wax piece.