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Hand crafted in 14K white gold, this classic and elegant curved Art Deco wedding ring is securely bead set with a row of 15 shimmering round brilliant cut diamonds of F/G color and VS clarity for a total carat weight of 0.23 for the ring. Light scattering millgrain edging frames the diamonds and adorns the edges of the band, with carved wheat engraving - a symbol of prosperity and abundance - on the three outward facing sides of the ring.
This Art Deco wedding ring is designed to fit around our curved engagement ring styles and measures 3.1 millimeters wide at the top of the ring, tapering down to 2.4 millimeters at the bottom of the band, and rises 2.5 millimeters off the finger. The perfect symbol for the start of many bright and bountiful days together, this beautiful curved wedding band is sure to be treasured for a lifetime.
Ring size 5 1/2 is in stock for immediate shipment. Optional expert ring sizing by our jewelers is orderable separately above.
This ring is crafted by our jewelers to coordinate with our curved engagement ring styles only. Orders for this ring without a previous or current order for a companion engagement ring from us will not be honored.
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
0.23 carat total
Our Customers Say..."Hello, I just received my charm today and I have to tell you how delighted I am. I needed it to replace a charm I lost last year from my original charm
bracelet that I have actually had since I was 9 years old (way back in 1958) and it was brand new then. I think I put the last original brand new
charm on it in 1967. Anyway, although the charm I lost was a phone, the graduation cap fits perfectly and since I never got one for my own high
school or college graduations, it is perfect. I even put it on the bracelet myself. Thanks again." - Susan K. G.