When you register your details with this site, Ruth Bridges Jewellery needs to know your name, postal address and email address. This information is stored in order to recognise you as a registered customer and to fulfill any orders you place here. It may also be used to send you details of relevant events, product information and offers.

Ruth Bridges Jewellery will never share any information you provide with any third parties. You will be added to Ruth's email and mailing list for occasional future updates about events and exhibitions. If you would like to be removed from this list please send an email with "unsubscribe" as the subject.

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Cookies cannot read other information saved on the hard drive. They only contain as much information as the user themselves has disclosed to the website.

Ruth Bridges Jewellery uses cookies which are deemed necessary for the running of the website like those which allow the website to remember what is in a shopper's basket or let a user login to their online account. In continuing to use this website Ruth Bridges Jewellery assumes you are happy to receive these cookies.

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