This ornate antique 18ct Gold wedding band perfectly captures the decorative design influences of the late Victorian and Edwardian eras, and being fully hallmarked would make a superb collector's piece.
Hand engraved floral patterns dance across the curved surface, with the 18ct Gold band wrapping itself around your finger with undeniable decadence.
The 5mm wide band feels comfortable and sturdy against the skin when worn and her flat profile makes her ideal for everyday wear.
Whether this antique ring is a his or hers wedding band or bought to stack alongside your other favourite rings, she's guaranteed to bring years of enjoyment to the person whose finger she adorns.
ERA: Edwardian c.1905
RING SIZE: UK Size U & 1/2 / US Size 10 & 1/2
Resizing available on request
MEASUREMENTS: The band is 5mm wide x 1mm deep.
MATERIALS: 18ct Yellow Gold
HALLMARKS: Maker's Mark "W.L", "Crown", "18", date letter "f" for the year 1905
This antique 18ct Gold wedding band is in wonderful condition and has been taken good care over the last 114 years. The engraved patterns are deep and clear with only minor wear, and the Gold is bright with no dings or scratches to the body of the band. A fantastic piece of antique jewellery ready to be worn for years to come!
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INCLUDED WITH YOUR ORDER:
This item will arrive beautifully gift wrapped in a Lillicoco presentation box, tied up with a pink ribbon. You’ll also receive a handwritten information booklet and free polishing cloth too!
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