"I just received my ring and it is absolutely gorgeous! It fits perfectly! I just purchased it on Thursday and wasn’t supposed to get it for 5-7 days, but here it is on Monday, only three shipping days after I ordered it, and all the way on the other side of the country!--so it was a great surprise on this cold, rainy Monday! The web site picture, as clear as it is, doesn’t really do the ring justice. I was actually a little concerned as to how it would really look, but I could not be happier with it! I’m so excited to get married now! Haha…but this really does take some of the stress away! I don’t want to take it off! Ok, back to work. Thank you so much for your wonderful jewelry and VERY helpful associates like Maggie (which by the way, is the name of my future Mother in law!)—Hopefully I won’t need your wedding ring selection again, but I will give the web address to my fiancée for gift ideas! Take care!" - Jennifer M.
Circa 1950's, this gorgeous diamond wedding band in 14K white gold features a sweeping row of 5 securely 4 prong set shimmering white round brilliant cut diamonds for a total weight of 0.15 carat. Measuring 2.7 millimeters wide at the top, it gradually tapers down to 1.5 millimeters wide at the bottom of the ring for a comfortable fit. This wonderful ring is a treat to wear that would beautifully complement your engagement ring and also makes the perfect anniversary ring. Size 6 1/4 and can be sized.
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Insured shipping is FREE, and all rings are sent to you in beautiful Antique Jewelry Mall gift packaging.
Our Customers Say..."I just wanted you to know that I received my replacement ring yesterday and I absolutely love it. It was a bit of a rocky road, with the first ring being stolen in the mail and having a stone fall out of the second, but I like this one the best, so there must have been a reason! Plus your customer service was simply excellent through all the ups and downs. I am a fan for life.Thanks so much," - Naomi S.