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Roman Numerals Wedding Ring For Men
£199.50

This alternative Roman numerals wedding ring for men made from zirconium is unique in that it is entirely all over black. The laser engraved font has been reversed (rather than the Roman numerals engraved on the surface) and sits proudly away from the surface. This style gives the design a very bold and striking but also subtle appearance and works well in the all black.

The texture has a slightly pitted quality to it, and the engraving sits very slightly inward from the edge. It comes divided by a thin groove that adds further legibility to the design. The ring's profile is flat with chamfered edges and is pictured here in the 7mm width as standard, but other widths are also available too such as 5mm or 10mm. Please email us for further details.

All our Roman numeral rings make brilliant personalised and also matching wedding rings. You can decide what you want in Roman numerals on your ring. The personalised Roman numerals engraving included in the price is FREE! Just enter your requirements into the comments box at check out. We can translate the date for you if you are unsure. You are not limited to Roman numerals or dates we can engrave anything you like.

Specifications at a quick glance:-

Model: L2H4026chbrninv.

Width(s) Available: 7mm.

Depth/Wall Thickness Available: 2.25mm.

Profile(s) Available: Flat comfort fit.

Metal(s)/Material(s) Available: Zirconium.

Finish(es) Available: Polished or satin matt.

Returns Policy: This item is personalised and made to order so, therefore, non-returnable unless faulty or not as described. Please see our terms and conditions.

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PRICE PROMISE: If you think you may have seen any item of jewellery on our website at a lower price either online or elsewhere, let us know, and we will price match like for like. YES! We can BEAT anyone.
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The jewellery pictured above was added to our website on Sunday 16 October, 2016.