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18ct Tree of Life Gold Wedding Ring

18ct Rose gold tree of life wedding ring

Product code: 30170405\0

Availability: In stock

Thoughtfully designed, this unusual rose gold wedding band features a tree of life design. The tree of life symbolises the relationship of all life on Earth and represents new life intertwining with old life. The inscription 'Cariad' is Welsh for 'Sweetheart' or 'Darling'.

  • Each piece comes with a Clogau certificate of authenticity
  • Available in Small (British size L), Medium (British size N), Large (British size P), Extra Large (British size Q).
  • Ring Shank thickness (mm): 2.3
  • Ring Shank width (mm): 4.7 
  • Ring Weight (g): 5.7 
  • Hallmarked: 750

If you're unsure of your size, download our new ring size guide.

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Thoughtfully designed, this unusual rose gold wedding band features a tree of life design. The tree of life symbolises the relationship of all life on Earth and represents new life intertwining with old life. The inscription 'Cariad' is Welsh for 'Sweetheart' or 'Darling'.

  • Each piece comes with a Clogau certificate of authenticity
  • Available in Small (British size L), Medium (British size N), Large (British size P), Extra Large (British size Q).
  • Ring Shank thickness (mm): 2.3
  • Ring Shank width (mm): 4.7 
  • Ring Weight (g): 5.7 
  • Hallmarked: 750

If you're unsure of your size, download our new ring size guide.

£550.00
  • Product Information
    • Gold of Royalty

      Rare welsh gold has been the British Royal families choice for 95 years, and was  most recently used for the wedding bands of Meghan, Duchess of Sussex and Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex on 19th May 2018.

      Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth's very own wedding ring, from her marriage to The Duke of Edinburgh on 20th November 1947, is crafted from a nugget of pure Welsh gold from the Clogau St. David's gold mine. 

      Gold of Royalty The Clogau Gold promise Clogau uses the world's rarest and most sought after gold, and each Clogau ring is made using a touch of this rare welsh gold. The British Royal family have been using this same gold for wedding rings for 95 years, the most recent being the wedding of Meghan, Duchess of Sussex and Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex on the 19th May 2018.

      Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth's very own wedding ring, from her marriage to The Duke of Edinburgh on 20th November 1947, is crafted from a nugget of pure Welsh gold from the Clogau St. David's gold mine

      If you're unsure of your size, download our new ring size guide.

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