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Blingle bells

Blingle bells, blingle bells, blingle all the way….

SUDOCREM CHRISTMAS

The ‘Meghan Sparkle’, a diamond-studded nappy cream lid is going on sale this Christmas. As the ultimate bling gift for that special someone in your life this festive season. Created by Tilletts, a family owned jeweller based in Norwich. This one-of-a-kind piece will be sold for a cool (almost chilling) £4,250.

Hand Crafted for Archie

Hand-crafted to mark the momentous arrival of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s new baby, Archie. The lid has been sized specially to top a standard 125g sized tub of Britain’s favourite nappy cream, Sudocrem. Its solid, sterling silver surface is encrusted with pave-set diamonds. Because really, when it comes to bling, only responsibly sourced diamonds will do.

‘We wanted to create something that reflected the warmth and charm of Meghan’s personality that was also unique,’ say Lorraine Tilletts, managing director of Tilletts jeweller. The business, which is a member of the UK’s foremost jewellery trade body. The National Association of Jewellers, has been around for over a hundred years.

Ickle Pickles Charity

All proceeds of the sale will go to charity, Ickle Pickles, which provides intensive care equipment for premature babies. And, for those of us who can’t afford the £4,250 price tag. The good news is that Tilletts can be commissioned to make a Sudocrem lid engraved with your own baby’s initials for just £1,750, with all the profits from commissions also going to the Ickle Pickles charity!

It’s brilliant that this bespoke, one-of-a kind diamond Sudocrem lid can also provide valuable help for Ickle Pickles, especially at Christmas time,’ said Alice Bamford, Sudocrem Brand Manager.

Yes, nothing quite says Happy Christmas Baby! like a rash-free tot, especially when that nappy rash cream comes from quite literally the world’s bling-est pot.

Blingle bells, blingle bells, blingle all the way….

 

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