"I just wanted to comment on your excellent customer service. I love the ring I bought, so I was already a fan of Antique Jewelry Mall. But when I recently needed a repair, everyone I spoke to was incredibly helpful and friendly, and the entire process was efficient and painless. I was so impressed, I wanted to say thanks." - Jessica D.
Meticulously crafted in luxurious platinum, this beautiful Art Deco style ring is engraved on the outside of the band with a scroll pattern framed with double millgrain edging on the sides. The ornate engraved curved filigree bridge is designed to beautifully frame our item # R714P.
The smooth and high polished curved inner side of this wedding ring is made to ensure that it fits smoothly and snugly together with its companion engagement. Securely four prong set into the top and sides of the band are 11 round brilliant cut diamonds of VS clarity and F/G color, for a total diamond weight of 0.17 carat for the ring.
A perfect symbol of your everlasting love, this substantial platinum filigree diamond wedding ring is sure to be treasured as you wear it for a lifetime.
Ring size 7 and can be expertly sized by our jewelers. Optional ring sizing is orderable separately above.
Please note: This classic matching wedding ring is pictured for demonstration purposes in the above photo with the engagement setting R714P, which is sold separately. Purchase of item # R714P is optional and is not included in the purchase price for the wedding ring item # WR714P above.
CLICK HERE to view R714P, the available companion engagement ring for this gorgeous wedding ring.
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
0.17 carat total
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