"Having never bought jewelry off the web before I was apprehensive about my purchase. I had compared a lot of prices between online merchants (higher priced) and eBay (lower priced) - but I wanted a decent quality stone and the right ring for my wifes 1 yr. anniversary . I was
overjoyed at the customer service on the phone - they picked up the receiver quickly and answered all my questions promptly about the gem clarity and assured me it would arrive in time. My wife was stunned, she loved the ring, it was just what she wanted. I would, without hesitation, highly recommend Antique Jewelry Mall for your next purchase." - Scott C.
This stunning Art Deco engraved engagement ring features a shimmering round natural aquamarine ( March Birthstone ) of 1.20 carats securely 4 prong set atop a delicate trellis of 14K white gold filigree. Engraving along the sides is the perfect finishing touch for this classic ring, which is sure to be cherished for generations to come.
Ring size 6 and can be expertly sized by our jewelers. Optional expert ring sizing by our jewelers is orderable separately above.
This engagement ring is shown in photos on this page with the wedding band style WR161W for display purposes only. An order for R161WA does NOT include the matching WR161W wedding ring which is orderable separately, HERE.
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
5Classic Aquamarine Engagement Ring, May 9, 2013
Posted By: Bob B., Florida, USA
Comments:Excellent product. The pictures on the webpage don't do them justice, really. I was apprehensive about such a significant purchase online, as I like to hold and touch things like this before I buy them. After mulling it over for a few days I went for it. I seriously couldn't be happier with the products purchased. They are absolutely gorgeous and exactly what I asked for in every way.
Bottom Line: Yes, I would recommend this to a friend