Art Deco 18k Wedding Band, Antique White Gold Carved Ostby Barton Dogwood Blossom Flower Floral Eternity Stacking Band, Bridal Wedding Ring
Art Deco 18k Wedding Band, Antique White Gold Carved Ostby Barton Dogwood Blossom Flower Floral Eternity Stacking Band, Bridal Wedding Ring
Art Deco 18k Wedding Band, Antique White Gold Carved Ostby Barton Dogwood Blossom Flower Floral Eternity Stacking Band, Bridal Wedding Ring
Art Deco 18k Wedding Band, Antique White Gold Carved Ostby Barton Dogwood Blossom Flower Floral Eternity Stacking Band, Bridal Wedding Ring
Art Deco 18k Wedding Band, Antique White Gold Carved Ostby Barton Dogwood Blossom Flower Floral Eternity Stacking Band, Bridal Wedding Ring

Art Deco 18k Wedding Band, Antique White Gold Carved Ostby Barton Dogwood Blossom Flower Floral Eternity Stacking Band, Bridal Wedding Ring

Regular price
$425.00
Sale price
$425.00

A beautiful circa 1928, Art Deco 18k wedding band carved all around eternity stye with a stylized dogwood blossom motif. The interior of the band retains it's original engraved dedication: " A. W. - M.A.K. 9-22-'28" effectively circa dating this to the 1920s. It's understated and sleek, feminine but not too fancy and would compliment a variety of engagement ring styles. This also makes a perfect stacking ring worn with a collection of other interesting vintage bands or by itself to accent a larger ring with it's lovely textural detail. Measuring 2.77 mm wide, and 1.18 mm thick, the ring is a size 5 1/4. Not resizable for that would destroy the eternity style of the carving. The dogwood blossom signifies constancy and endurance. In ring form it's a silent pledge, a steadfast vow without having to say a word. The eternity style of the engraving is in itself symbolic of faithfulness and combined with dogwood the message could be read as : "I will stand by you and know you as my own for time eternal." ..sigh. In excellent condition with some light wear to the details and a small area with a solder line where it may have originally been resized ( please see photos) which is not easily noticed when worn. Marked for 18k inside the band with the jeweler's hallmark OB for Ostby Barton, a manufacturer based in Providence, Rhode Island Massachusetts founded in 1879. They were at one time the largest manufacturing concern for gold rings in the world. In 1912 one of the founding partners, Englehart C. Ostby, perished on the Titanic and control of the company was ceded to his surviving children. Ostby Barton continued to produce jewelry til the 1950's. ❃ The Eden Collective Ring Shop: https://www.etsy.com/shop/TheEdenCollective?section_id=13939721&ref=shopsection_leftnav_1 ❃ We are happy to offer layaway. For details and other policies please read my terms and conditions before purchase: https://www.etsy.com/shop/TheEdenCollective/policy USA - USPS Priority with tracking and insurance, signature required. 2-3 business days Canada - FEDEX with tracking and insurance 6-10 business days International - USPS or FEDEX with tracking and insurance 5-10 business days Please convo me for rates and availability of shipping to your location