Vintage Art Deco 12 diamond channel set wedding band ring 18k white gold, size 5. Measures 1.8mm in width x 1.4mm in thickness and weighs 1.8 grams. With 12 round single cut 1.5mm diamonds (.12 cttw) all securely channel set with a finely beaded milgrained edge. The diamonds have no eye visible inclusion and have lovely sparkle. This band can be sized by your jeweler but please check with them first, as channel set gems present special considerations as to how many sizes would be safe to size up. Hallmarked on the inside of the band, "18K". Very pretty on the hand, would work well as a wedding band, or as a stacking ring. In excellent extremely well cared for condition, circa mid 1940s. This is a dainty delicate ring most suitable for petite women. Would also look cute as a midi ring.
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