"Antique Jewelry Mall is excellent! My girlfriend lives out of state and I needed the ring by a certain day because I was flying out to see her and I wanted to propose that weekend. I contacted AJM to find out the status and to let them know my order was urgent. I was assured that it would be delivered on time. It was actually delivered earlier than I expected! Their customer service is great and the ring is beautiful. My experience with AJM was first rate and I would highly recommend them. Now I only hope the experience when I pop the question goes as well. Thanks again Antique Jewelry Mall." - Dave B.
This unique 14K white gold wedding ring is an exact reproduction of a classic vintage circa 1950's Retro Mid-Century ring style. It features a high polish light-scattering diamond kaleidoscope carved pattern at the center of the ring, framed by rows of beaded millgrain edging. An engraved circle and chevron design decorates the border edges of the ring, with more millgrain beaded edging on the outside of the band for a perfect finishing touch. This handsome and heavy engraved wedding ring is smooth and convex (rounded) on the inside for a comfortable fit and measures 6 millimeters ( 6mm ) wide.
Available men's and women's ring sizes are orderable above.
* This ring takes 5-7 business days for our jewelers to craft for you in the USA and ships when complete - please contact us for details.
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 6 millimeter wide 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.
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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