"Buying my engagement ring from the Antique Jewelry Mall was a smart decision! The ring is very unique, absolutely stunning, and was offered at a terrific price. We also purchased my wedding band from AJM. Their customer service staff are the most professional and responsive of
any Internet business Ive used. I have no hesitation in recommending AJM for all your jewelry needs." - Teresa W.
A lovely vintage style "three stone" diamond ring, this meticulously detailed Art Deco filigree ring in 14K white gold features a graceful filigree scrolls design adorning the top and sides of the ring. This lovely ring is securely set with a 0.12 carat center round brilliant cut diamond, framed by two round brilliant cut diamonds of 0.10 carat each. All three shimmering diamonds are of E/F color and VS clarity for a total of 0.32 carat diamond weight for the ring.
This beautiful 3 stone diamond ring makes a wonderful anniversary ring and is also the perfect "double duty" engagement and wedding ring for a girl who does not intend to wear two rings.
Ring size 6 and can be expertly sized by our jewelers. Optional expert ring sizing by our jewelers 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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0.10 carat each
5Because I'm worth it!!, September 4, 2010
Posted By: Donna in Novato, Novato, CA
Comments:From start to finish, my experience was first-class!! The ring is gorgeous. As detailed as the photos are...they didn't do the ring justice. When it arrived, I was stunned. The quality is above and beyond my expectations. I sent an email expecting an email response but instead received a call from Monique. She knew her inventory and was able to help me make an informed decision. When she called she had both rings in front of her...amazing customer service!! My order arrived earlier than expected. Jewelry Mall provided me with tracking information........ Outstanding!!
Bottom Line: Yes, I would recommend this to a friend