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“Michaela FREY, a Viennese artist, founded the company in 1951; WILLE stands for the family WILLE! Friedrich WILLE has been running the company since the founder’s death in 1980 as an entrepreneur and leader. Simone Gruenberger-Wille created and developed the modern, artistically demanding jewellery, designs and shapes”.
Crafted from 18ct yellow gold and to the central circumference an exquisite enamelled section inspired by the clock tower of St. Marcus in Venice Italy.
Wide at almost 1cm for its entire circumference this rich and lush looking ring is vibrant with a mix of red, burgundy, gold and silvery enamel all coming together to to create this rich and warm looking ring.
Cigar band style rings have and always will be popular and this exotic and beautifully crafted ring looks and feels wonderful on the finger.STONES
9.91mm Wide WEIGHT
‘MFW’ SE 750
XRF Tested and acid tested as 18ct goldSIZE
M or 16.7mm diameter US 6 1/4
Feels a little more snug due to width, we would advise this one feels more like an L on the finger
Very good pre-owned condition. Very minor nicks to enamel in one tiny area only, enamel is really in lovely condition,, bright and rich. Minor marks to gold, very insignificant. A very pretty and substantial designer ring.PURCHASE SUMMARY
Laybys available on all items $400 and over. Contact us
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