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Wedding Day of 1912 - Diamond Eternity Ring
Wedding Day of 1912 - Diamond Eternity Ring
Wedding Day of 1912 - Diamond Eternity Ring
Wedding Day of 1912 - Diamond Eternity Ring
Wedding Day of 1912 - Diamond Eternity Ring
Wedding Day of 1912 - Diamond Eternity Ring
Wedding Day of 1912 - Diamond Eternity Ring
Wedding Day of 1912 - Diamond Eternity Ring

Story

The same year that Arizona became a state, the Girl Scouts were formed, and Woodrow Wilson became president, Jack and Hazel were married.

Who they were and their life's stories will remain veiled by time, but this gold and diamond symbol of their bond and love will persist.

In weight, the five old European cut diamonds add up to .60 carats. White, shimmering, and fine, their color rates as H-I and their clarity as VS2-SI2 for only clear inclusions.

The setting is 18k yellow gold, the interior is engraved, "Jack to Hazel 1912". Live on.

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Item 21393

Wedding Day of 1912 - Diamond Eternity Ring

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Date: 1912.

Measurements: Length of 1/4 inch and 5/8 inches for the diamond area east to west and 1/8 inch high. Weight of 4.6 grams.

Hallmarks: Engraved "Jack to Hazel 1912".

Condition: Excellent.

Story

The same year that Arizona became a state, the Girl Scouts were formed, and Woodrow Wilson became president, Jack and Hazel were married.

Who they were and their life's stories will remain veiled by time, but this gold and diamond symbol of their bond and love will persist.

In weight, the five old European cut diamonds add up to .60 carats. White, shimmering, and fine, their color rates as H-I and their clarity as VS2-SI2 for only clear inclusions.

The setting is 18k yellow gold, the interior is engraved, "Jack to Hazel 1912". Live on.