"Hi, this is a little belated, but I just got back from my honeymoon so I'm catching up on the emails. Just wanted to say thank you to whomever gets to read this message, because your customer service is just fantastic. The woman I spoke with on the phone when I placed my order (sorry that I can't place her name right now, jetlagged!) was beyond helpful and very, very nice. Couldn't be more pleased. Thanks!!!" - Rebecca S.
This classic Art Deco engraved wedding ring in 18K yellow gold features a detailed antique scroll pattern on the three outward facing sides of the ring, bordered with light scattering millgrain edging for a perfect finishing touch. This timeless scroll pattern wedding ring is a handsome coordinating matching men's wedding band for many of our women's scroll design wedding and engagement ring sets, and
This antique style wedding band is offered in mens and womens sizes for couples seeking matching engraved wedding bands.
This scroll engraved wedding band measures 4.0 millimeters wide and sits close to the finger at 1.3 mm high off the finger, giving it a comfortable fit for a lifetime of everyday wear. Available ring sizes are orderable above.
* This engraved wedding ring is hand crafted for you by our jewelers in the USA and ships when complete, 5-7 business days from your order date.
* 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 4 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.
18K Yellow gold
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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.