1930s Antique Art Deco 14k White Gold 7mm Wide. 15ct Diamond Eternity Wedding Ba

1930s Antique Art Deco 14k White Gold 7mm Wide. 15ct Diamond Eternity Wedding Ba
1930s Antique Art Deco 14k White Gold 7mm Wide. 15ct Diamond Eternity Wedding Ba
1930s Antique Art Deco 14k White Gold 7mm Wide. 15ct Diamond Eternity Wedding Ba
1930s Antique Art Deco 14k White Gold 7mm Wide. 15ct Diamond Eternity Wedding Ba
1930s Antique Art Deco 14k White Gold 7mm Wide. 15ct Diamond Eternity Wedding Ba
1930s Antique Art Deco 14k White Gold 7mm Wide. 15ct Diamond Eternity Wedding Ba

1930s Antique Art Deco 14k White Gold 7mm Wide. 15ct Diamond Eternity Wedding Ba
This is a beautiful 1930s Antique Art Deco 14k White Gold 7mm Wide. 15ct Diamond Eternity Wedding Band Ring. Diamond - Round Cut - H-I/SI1-SI2. 14K; tested and guaranteed as solid GOLD. This piece is in very good condition. As a courtesy, please notify us of any return. Always fast & free unless otherwise stated.

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We are one of the countrys largest estate buyers and can therefore offer high quality products at wholesale prices. All inquiries are Quick, Secure, & Confidential. The item "1930s Antique Art Deco 14k White Gold 7mm Wide. 15ct Diamond Eternity Wedding Ba" is in sale since Monday, November 4, 2019.

This item is in the category "Jewelry & Watches\Engagement & Wedding\Wedding & Anniversary Bands\Diamonds & Gemstones". The seller is "collectorsbuysell" and is located in Huntington, New York. This item can be shipped worldwide.


1930s Antique Art Deco 14k White Gold 7mm Wide. 15ct Diamond Eternity Wedding Ba


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