Crisp and glorious, this wide Victorian wedding band remains in remarkable condition.
At the top, a square of rose gold with impressed patterns on the edge frames a circular concave area topped with an old mine-cut diamond of .07 carats.
Nearly the entire band area boasts deep carving with both rose and yellow gold embossed designs against a textured darker backdrop.
At the back, a plain section is hand engraved with the flowing script showing off the initials of WLL or WLB. All in 14k gold, the ring dates to circa 1890.