Antique: Edwardian 18 ct Gold Wedding Band (Hallmarked 1903)
There's something about a wide band in antique gold. The color of old gold is rich and warmer than modern gold, especially when it's high carat. This one, in 18 ct, is a lovely example.
Wear it stacked with other engraved gold bands and gem-set rings, or on its own as a statement ring or your wedding band.
If you love the the romance and history of England from the Victorian & Edwardian period, rest assured that this ring is indeed from that era in time. It is fully hallmarked for 1903, Birmingham, and of course 18 ct.
Dimensions & Details
- It is a US size 6 1/2 and UK size M 1/2 and 5.7 mm in height.
- The ring weighs 4.9 grams.
Period & Hallmarks
- Hallmarks for Birmingham, 18 ct, 1903, and maker's mark: H.A.
- The ring is in good antique condition with general wear and surface scratches that one would expect in a piece of this age. It can be professionally polished if you prefer a brighter shine.
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