"Beautiful setting! Great customer service. The engagement setting was even more beautiful than the picture. I was hesitant at first about buying jewelery online. I am more than pleased. I would definitely recomend this merchant. Buy in confidence!" - Scott A.
This lovely Art Deco antique style wedding ring is meticulously hand crafted in 18k Yellow Gold, and features a shimmering row of 8 round brilliant cut diamonds of VS clarity and F/G color, securely four prong set into the top of the band for a total diamond weight of 0.06 carat for the ring. The diamonds are beautifully accented by a romantic engraved scroll pattern on the center sides of the band and an engraved wheat pattern on the two outward facing sides, framed by light scattering millgrain edging for a wonderful finishing touch. This exquisitely detailed wedding band is 3 millimeters wide.
This ring is designed to beautifully complement our Art Deco Filigree Engagement Rings in 18 Karat Yellow Gold, and the contoured top side of this wedding ring is made to ensure that the rings fit smoothly and snugly together.
Ring size 6 1/4 and can be expertly sized by our jewelers. Optional ring sizing is orderable separately above.
This ring is crafted by our jewelers to coordinate with our contoured 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 Art Deco Filigree Engagement Rings in 18 Karat Yellow Gold, (orderable separately) are viewable on this page. This ring is shown with R408Y, for display purposes only. An order for WR283Y50 does not include the Ruby and Diamond Ring in 18 Karat Yellow Gold.
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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Gemstone Information Ethically Sourced & Conflict Free
0.06 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.