"The engagement ring my fiance gave me on Christmas Eve, from your online store, means so very much to me. The ring is nearly identical to my Grandmother's wedding ring, from when she was married in the 30s. Instead of a
diamond, however, the ring has an aquamarine - at our request - to honour the stone in my Mother's engagement ring. Because my grandmother's wedding ring is
18k gold, it was far too soft of a band to pass down to me for my own wedding. I truly cannot express how happy you have made me by providing this extensive, QUALITY selection of jewelry, and including this design which is so like my Grandmother's. When the time comes, we will be blessed once again to obtain beautiful wedding bands from your store. Thank you so much," - Joy G.
The perfect symbol of your love together, this romantic Art Deco two stone filigree garnet ring in 14K white gold is set with 2 beautiful shimmering trillion shaped natural rust-red almandine garnets ( January Birthstone ) gemstones totaling 3.05 carats for the pair.
Exquisitely hand crafted, this beautiful garnet duo ring is an exact reproduction of an antique original ring circa 1920, featuring delicate pierced filigree, and intricately detailed floral engraving. This unique vintage filigree garnet ring design measures 3/4 inch wide by 7/16 inch high and sits 1/4 inch off the finger. The bottom of the band measures 2.3 millimeters wide.
Ring size 4 3/4 and can be expertly sized by our jewelers. Optional ring sizing is orderable separately above.
Insured shipping is FREE, and all rings are sent to you in beautiful Antique Jewelry Mall gift packaging.
14K White gold
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Gemstone Information Ethically Sourced & Conflict Free
3.05 carat total
Our Customers Say..."The ring setting arrived today and it is beautiful. I placed the
blue diamond in the center and it looks smashing. My sister is going to love it!
THANK YOU. I will try to take a decent digital photo of the completed ring
and send it to you. Best Regards." - Donald G.