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18CT GOLD SLIGHT COURT WEDDING BAND

Christine Alexander Fine Jewellery


Regular price £0.00
18CT GOLD SLIGHT COURT WEDDING BAND
18CT GOLD SLIGHT COURT WEDDING BAND
18CT GOLD SLIGHT COURT WEDDING BAND
18CT GOLD SLIGHT COURT WEDDING BAND
18CT GOLD SLIGHT COURT WEDDING BAND
18CT GOLD SLIGHT COURT WEDDING BAND
18CT GOLD SLIGHT COURT WEDDING BAND
18CT GOLD SLIGHT COURT WEDDING BAND
18CT GOLD SLIGHT COURT WEDDING BAND
18CT GOLD SLIGHT COURT WEDDING BAND
18CT GOLD SLIGHT COURT WEDDING BAND
18CT GOLD SLIGHT COURT WEDDING BAND
18CT GOLD SLIGHT COURT WEDDING BAND
18CT GOLD SLIGHT COURT WEDDING BAND
18CT GOLD SLIGHT COURT WEDDING BAND
18CT GOLD SLIGHT COURT WEDDING BAND

This traditional slight court shape 18ct Gold wedding band is oval in cross-section, so also curved on the inside for a more comfortable feel. It is available in various widths (2-8mm), making it ideal for "His and Hers" matching wedding bands.

Ring available as standard in sizes I to Z. If you do not see your size available, please contact me as all things are possible! This band is also available in 9ct Yellow or White Gold, 18ct White Gold, and Platinum.

Free engraving available up to 25 characters. If you would like to take advantage of this offer, please provide your message when ordering.

All Rings Are British Hallmarked.

Where in stock, this 18ct Gold wedding band will take 5-7 working days to arrive. Where not in stock, please allow 6-8 weeks for a bespoke order. Please note that bespoke, personalised and engraved items cannot be returned.

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It is commonly believed that the first examples of wedding rings were found in ancient Egypt.  Egyptians considered the circle to be a symbol of eternity, and the ring served to signify the perpetual love of the spouses. The Western traditions of wedding rings can be traced to ancient Rome and Greece, and were first associated with the marital dowry and later with a promise of fidelity.  In both the United States and Canada, wedding rings were initially only worn by wives but became customary for both spouses during the 20th century.

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