Post # 1
and I just wanted to share with you bees because it is looking so gorgeous, and I doubt many other people would appreciate it. I noticed that the diamonds had become a little bit dull so I used baking soda, aluminium foil, and warm water to clean it. Then I used a toothpick to get the gunk out from behind the diamonds. (gross).
This was my grandmother’s (half?)eternity ring, probably made in the late 40s/early 50s. 9ct gold and platinum with 6 diamonds along the top. At the moment I am wearing it as a RHR, but I hope to eventually use it as my wedding ring. Well without further ado, here she is! (sorry for the low quality pics – doesn’t truly capture the sparkle or the engraving).
Post # 3
So pretty! That would be a beautiful wedding band too.
Post # 4
well i love the sentiment .. and the look. 😀 😀 so pretty!!
Post # 5
Wow, that’s stunning; I love jewelry from that era! Like AlwaysSunny said, it would make a great wedding band, too!
Post # 6
Thanks Bees! I knew someone else would appreciate it and I’m glad you agree that it would make a good wedding band 🙂
Post # 8
- Wedding: September 2013 - Creek club at ion, SC
love it as aa wedding band … love the sentiment
Post # 10
Gorgeous, I love how dainty and delicate the design is.
Post # 11
- Wedding: June 2015 - Malibou Lake Mountain Club
@Dogsbody92: how splendid! many blessings!