This lovely Art Deco antique style wedding ring is meticulously hand crafted in luxurious platinum, and features a shimmering row of 13 round brilliant cut diamonds of VS clarity and F/G color, securely four prong set into the top and sides of the band for a total diamond weight of 0.26 carat for the ring. The lower edges of the row of diamonds are beautifully adorned with a romantic scroll pattern on the center sides of the band and a wheat pattern on the two outward facing sides, framed by light scattering millgrain edging for a wonderful finishing touch. This exquisitely detailed platinum wedding ring measures 2.8 millimeters wide is designed to beautifully complement R178P, our Art Deco 1 Carat Platinum and Diamond Filigree Engagement Ring, and the smooth and high polished rounded contoured inner side of this wedding ring is made to ensure that the rings fit smoothly and snugly together.
Ring size 6 3/4 is in stock for immediate shipment. Optional expert ring sizing by our jewelers is orderable separately above.
This beautiful ring is also available without diamonds (item WR178P), HERE.
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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. Photos of this ring with R178P, our Art Deco 1 Carat Platinum and Diamond Filigree Engagement Ring, (orderable separately) are viewable at the bottom of this page.
Insured shipping is FREE, and all rings are sent to you in beautiful Antique Jewelry Mall gift packaging.
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Gemstone Information Ethically Sourced & Conflict Free
0.26 carat total
Our Customers Say..."I wanted to email you and thank you so much firstly for phoning me at home to confirm my order and secondly to let you know that I have received the product already in New Zealand and the cufflinks are really lovely. I am very happy with my purchase. Thank you so much." - Anita K.