A gift eternal

on 20 January 2018.

david dudley

‘And so, did you get what you wanted from this life, even so? I did And what did you want? To call myself beloved, to feel myself beloved on the earth.’ Raymond Carver

In an era of more choice than ever before, few of us are content with the plain gold band as a symbol of our commitment.Increasingly, modern couples are seeking bespoke designs which have unique significance for their union. david dudley This is as it should be, and there has never been a greater selection of rings in a variety of metals and settings for lovers tying the knot.

But we should not confuse choice with quality; the wedding jewellery market place is flooded with cheap imports of dubious provenance. With awareness of the blood diamond phenomenon came demand for ethically sourced gemstones and metals. The perfect symbol of a lifelong bond will have purity and quality at its heart.

David Dudley Jewellers, at 113 High Street, Marlborough, source Fair Trade gold and can vouch for the origins of their gems by working with reputable companies. For decades they have brought their expertise to creating bespoke designs reflecting the uniqueness, age and tastes of their clients. At David Dudley, staff from ages of 20 to 70 buy jewellery collectively, their slightly differing tastes catering to a broad range of customers. All good jewellery starts with a conversation. Find yours at their comfortable showroom where knowledgeable staff will offer a no-obligation consultation.

David Dudley Jewellers, 113 High Street, Marlborough SN8 1LT. Tel 01672 514008 or visit our microsite.

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