Monthly Archives: August 2015

  1. Valuation Services in Wolverhampton and Birmingham

    Aftercare of your precious jewellery and watch collections doesn't just include servicing and repairs. One very important area of jewellery and watch after care is Valuation. Many insurance companies put the responsibility of ensuring your items are insured for the correct value on the policy holder. At Rudells we have our own Registered Valuer who is always on hand to offer guidance and advice when revaluation is required.
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  2. Theo Fennell- Britain's Leading Jewellery Designer

    Theo Fennell is one of today's leading jewellery designers and his handcrafted masterpieces grace serious collections and famous bodies and tables all over the world. His unique jewellery and silverware are both distinctive and inspirational, incorporating eclectic, quirky and beautifully detailed design with great craftsmanship. The combination of modern design with classical, romantic tradition makes his style instantly recognisable.
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  3. Rudells Watch Servicing on YouTube

    At Rudells we have two of the country's finest watchmakers. Martin Butcher is based at our Wolverhampton showroom and Maurice Ballard at our Harborne showroom. Both centres of excellence are filled with the latest equipment, all of which are used when servicing your precious timepieces.
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  4. Gucci Dive Collection at Rudells Wolverhampton

    In 2013 Gucci Timepieces & Jewellery introduced the Gucci Dive, a genuine diver sports watch with high performance mechanics. Now, Gucci Timepieces & Jewellery are expanding this flagship collection with eight new Gucci Dive quartz extension in a myriad of materials and colours.
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  5. Diamonds- Mother Nature at her Finest!

    In 2012 we introduced the Rudells fine diamond Collection which encompasses designs in both the modern and classical styles. Platinum features extensively throughout the range as does 18ct yellow gold and 18ct rose gold which is enjoying something of a renaissance gaining popularity after several years where white metals were the most desired. îÅ¢e key selling point of every single ring is the Independent diamond grading report which details the cut, colour, clarity and carat weight of the main 'feature' diamond.
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