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Victorian Antique Wedding Ring
Five old mine cut diamonds are suspended by a bridge of 18k rose gold in this Victorian antique wedding ring. The five diamonds total 0.10 carats and are separated by gold bars. This antique wedding ring is circa 1880. Ring size 6.75. Sizing options >>>
|Metal||18k rose gold|
|Weight in grams||1.7|
|Options||Not available as a setting/mounting.|
|Diamond cut or shape||Old Mine cut|
|Diamond carat weight||0.10|
|Diamond mm measurements||2.28-1.25|
|Diamond # of stones||5|
|All Diamonds, total ct. wt.||0.1|
|Top of ring length (N-S)||6.43 mm [0.25 in]|
|Top of ring width (E-W)||13.3 mm [0.52 in]|
|Width of shank at shoulders||4.38 mm [0.17 in]|
|Width of shank at base||2.47 mm [0.10 in]|
|Ring height above finger||3.19 mm [0.12 in]|
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