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Ring S 752.

There couldn't be more gold: The designation “752” refers to the two additional parts of pure gold contained in Wellendorff’s own gold alloy. Luxury you can feel.

A triumph of casual elegance

A meeting, an evening event, the next big game – whatever the occasion, the casual elegance of Wellendorff’s S 752. ring will turn heads and look natural on the masculine hand. It symbolizes the joy of movement and nature, underscored by the green “2” on the inner ring. The elegant men's ring develops its exclusive presence with a flawless design featuring soft shades of gleaming jet-black and anthracite Wellendorff cold enamel on 18-karat white gold. It’s not possible for there to be more gold – the designation “752” stands for the over-alloying of the gold, which is how the jewellery manufactory guarantees that all part of the gold contain at least 750 parts of fine gold, and can therefore be referred to as 18 karat.

Perfection right down to the most minute detail

Gold:
18-karat white gold (also available in yellow gold)
Wellendorff-cold enamel:
Black tones
Diamonds:
0,017 ct. TW/IF/VVS
Ring width:
7,1 mm
Special features:
Ring is rotatable

Rotating rings

In addition to the timeless Wellendorff Ropes, magic rings are becoming established as an unmistakable addition to the Wellendorff collection. In addition to the colour, the way the rings rotate gently and playfully offers quite special charm for the wearer. To achieve this unique effect, the highest precision and technical skills are required. The tolerances for the goldsmiths are in the range of one hundredth of a millimetre. Every Wellendorff ring consists of at least four individual rings that are closely connected, while remaining free to move. If you believe at all in fairy tales, then the wearer is granted a wish after rotating the ring three times.

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