3mm 18K Gold Wedding Band, Milgrain Edges

SKU: 18K-M3mm
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3mm 18K Gold Wedding Band, Milgrain Edges

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SKU: 18K-M3mm
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Description The milgrain pattern adds a decorative beaded edge to the classic domed band. This is a very traditional ring that never goes out of style. Quality craftsmanship makes this band a great value.
Specifications
Material:
18K Yellow Gold
Type of Fit:
Standard Fit
Sizes:
4 - 15 in quarter sizes
Thickness:
1.2mm mm
Engraving:
Up to 30 chars Inside
Finishes:
High Polish
Brush
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3mm 18K Gold Wedding Band, Milgrain Edges
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Love in another language... 07/08/2007
By Chris
We love our wedding bands; it was great to find a place that sold bands in such an array of sizes and styles. My wife has extremely tiny fingers, while I have giant ape hands. We looked everywhere to find two bands that we liked and that would also fit (without doing to much resizing). E-weddingbands serves was also outstanding, we had one of the serves reps call us to make sure our engraving was correct, since she thought we might have misspelled what we wanted them to say on them (one of the bands was going to say, “anh yeu em” while the other said, “em yeu anh”). I explained, that it was spelled differently due to how a men or a women would say “I love you” to the opposite sex. Thanks E-weddingbands! Chris & Thu