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Delicate Thin Wedding Ring for a Subtle Hint of Pattern

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Description

The most delicate skinny platinum ring for a subtle hint of pattern, perfect for stacking.

This delicate platinum ring would make the perfect wedding band or stacking ring. A row of tiny dots is lined in the centre with a thin gold band. The dainty dotty pattern is inspired by my love of antique and vintage jewellery.

I hand make each jewellery piece to order in my studio is Scotland. Your order will be packaged in a stylish Alison Macleod jewellery box.

This tiny dotty ring is pictured with a matt (brushed) finish but is also available in a polished (shiny) finish. Please state if you would like a polished finish in the comments box when ordering.

made from:
This ring can be made from 9 or 18ct yellow, white or rose gold, platinum or palladium hallmarked at the Edinburgh Assay Office.

dimensions:
It measures approximately 1mm wide.

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Delicate Thin Wedding Ring for a Subtle Hint of Pattern

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$390.51+

Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: Platinum, pt950
  • Made to order
  • Favorited by: 89 people
  • Gift message available

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Made just for you. Ready to ship in 6–8 weeks.
From United Kingdom
in Dumfries, United Kingdom

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