Baby Arlo Gold Cuff

Ruddock Jewellery

£192.65 Delivery included

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    • Order placed
    • 30th May
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    • Dispatched
    • 11th July
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    • Standard delivery
    • 15th - 16th July


  • Recycled Materials
  • Made in UK
  • Handmade

The sleek baby sister to Big Arlo offers a slimmed down version suitable for everyday. The dual facetted details either side of the opening are designed to hug the top edges of the wrist. Ensuring a comfortable and secure fit.

Cast in 18 carat gold plated bronze, also available in solid sterling silver.

Diameter measures 5.8cm at widest part.

Crafted by hand using the ancient technique of lost wax casting.

All of the unique jewellery in the Ruddock collection is proudly handmade in London by local family run businesses.

This piece will be specially made for you, please allow up to 4 weeks for production.

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18 Carat gold plated bronze.

Also available in solid sterling silver.

This piece will be specially made for you, please allow up to 4 weeks for production.

Presented in a Designer stamped box.


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Standard delivery: included
Receive it by 15th - 16th July

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Ruddock Jewellery


Ruddock pieces blend bold, distinctive style with timeless elegance.

Each piece is crafted by hand using the time-honoured technique of lost wax casting. A method which involves hand-carving or sculpting each piece initially in wax form, which is then cast and replicated in metal and moulded, serving as a blueprint for further pieces. The technique ensures the intricate details of the original design are faithfully preserved.