Beautifully rendered in lush bright 18ct yellow and white gold, this charming early wedding band dates to we believe the 1930’s -1940’s.
Featuring a full circumference of alternating panels of 18ct yellow gold with fine engraving in a diamond pattern, to then tiny 18ct white gold panels featuring the iconic ‘cherry blossom’ motif so popular with early wedding rings.
The contrast between the yellow and white gold is utterly charming and quite an unusual design.
We are confident this ring is Australian as indicated by the style of 18ct mark, however there are no makers marks on this example.
2.5mm approx win width
18CT and ‘G’ in a star
N 1/2 or approx 17.3mm diameter
Not resize-able without disturbing pattern
Very good antique/vintage condition. Some fading to pattern.
No thinning to gold however, hallmarks very crisp.