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Diamond wedding ring 5mm-6mm Gretna Anvil medium gold court

Diamond wedding ring 5mm-6mm Gretna Anvil medium gold court

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Diamond wedding ring 5mm-6mm Gretna Anvil medium gold court

I also make this diamond ring in white goldrose goldplatinum and silver. Other widths available are 3mm, 4mm and 8mm.

Gretna Green Anvil Diamond wedding ring 5mm to 6mm wide made in either 9ct or 18ct yellow gold on a heavy court band.

The diamonds are high quality round brilliant cuts set down in to the ring either side of the Anvil mark. Each stone is 2mm wide. 

The narrow gold Gretna Green Anvil diamond wedding rings are made specially for couples getting married in the Scottish town of Gretna Green.

Also for married couples wanting to celebrate their wedding anniversary by renewing their wedding vows. 

The rings are handmade to order and I usually require around four weeks for producing them before posting to you.

If you do not find the option you are after, or any questions regarding the bands, making times or have a special request just get in touch. 

For finger sizes not shown please contact me as they are available.

Ref: GGAN2D9-18YG5-6mm
Item: Anvil Diamond Wedding Ring
Profile: Court
Metal: 9ct or 18ct Yellow Gold
Diamonds: 2mm wide
Finish: Polished
Width: 5mm or 6mm
Info: Hallmarked and made in the UK
Packaging: Luxury presentation box provided 

If you need a ring sizer you can find one HERE

Standard shipping depending on value is either Royal Mail Special Delivery, 1st class Signed For or International Signed For.

The rest of the Gretna Green Anvil yellow gold wedding rings can be found HERE

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The history of getting married at Gretna Green started with a number of local blacksmiths in the village performing the marriage ceremony due to the 1754 Marriage Act. This Act prevented couples in England under the age of 21 from marrying without parental consent. 

Scotland's marriage laws were much less strict and a couple over 16 only had to declare themselves as husband and wife in front of two witnesses to be married. 

Gretna Green was the closest village over the border and became host to many English couples wanting to tie the knot.
The tradition has continued, and today many thousands of weddings are held every year in Gretna Green, with couples coming from overseas to be married in the Scottish town.

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