"I ordered a sized down ring set and it was processed right away.
They did have to verify my shipping address, but they warn of that
before you purchase (I thought I already had my shipping address listed with
my credit card but was mistaken). I paid for overnight and it arrived
by 10:30am the day after it shipped. The ring set was just as beautiful
as represented on the internet, if not more so. The only thing they
could do better is have a more descriptive and up to date order status on
line. Despite this, they were excellent to deal with and I would do
business with them again." - Jason H.
This pre-loved 1920's Art Deco platinum antique diamond wedding ring is artisan hand crafted in an elegant carved geometric filigree chevron design. Set with 10 shimmering single cut diamonds for a total weight of 0.15 carat, this unique estate diamond wedding band measures 5.3 millimeters wide.
Ring size 6 1/2 and can not be sized.
To avoid the disappointment of receiving an incorrect size, please be sure of your ring size before placing your order. We strongly recommend trying on a 5 - 5.25 millimeter wide wedding ring (the same width as this ring) in person before placing your order with us. Please feel free to contact us for details before placing your order above.
Please Note: We have other one-of-a-kind vintage wedding bands similar to this one in other patterns, sizes, and widths which are available for purchase but not yet orderable online. Please feel free to contact us by email or telephone for more information.
Insured shipping is FREE, and all rings are sent to you in beautiful Antique Jewelry Mall gift packaging.
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Vintage, One of a Kind
Circa 1920�s, Art Deco
Gemstone Information Ethically Sourced & Conflict Free
0.15 carat total
Flush bead prong
Our Customers Say..."The ring arrived at my son's house in time for Christmas and it is even more attractive than the photos on your site could reveal. Thanks for taking care of my last-minute change of shipping address. Best regards," - Mark W.