Type: Vintage Estate Signet Replica (REPRODUCTION of coin) of Roman Ancient Coin Ring:
IMP CAES M DID IVLIAN AVG: Head of Didius Julianus, laureate, right
CONCORD MILIT: Concordia, draped, standing front, head left, holding legionary eagle in right hand and standard in left hand (or two legionary eagles)
Metal: Sterling Silver
Metal Purity: 925
Weight: 12 grams
Ring US Size: 10 and 11
Defects/Additional info: no defects/tested for sterling /amazing/ stamped 925
Theme: Vintage Estate Replica Roman Ancient Coin Ring Famous RaRE Coin
Condition: Very Good Condition, Ready To Wear
Delayed payments / weekly / monthly available, please inquire.
Shipping from Seattle, WA
All packages to United States are mailed First Class USPS.
Upgraded/Expedited shipping is available at checkout.
USA SHIPPING ~ We gladly combine shipping on multiple items purchased. All USA purchases are shipped within 24 hours of payment barring weekends and holidays. Purchases are mailed by USPS First Class and include tracking number.
All packages are wrapped securely, boxed and sent with delivery confirmation.
INTERNATIONAL SHIPPING ~ Shipping worldwide excluding India.
Shipping is within 1 business day.
To Canada and Europe delivery is up to 14 business days (not including customs).
Asia, Australia and Russia up to 20 business days (not including customs).
Just contact me within: 7 days of delivery
Ship items back to me within: 14 days of delivery
Please contact me if you have any problems with your order.
Buyer pays return shipping.
All the jewelry is vintage or antique and has been previously worn and loved, unless described as Artisan Made and New. Items will show wear commensurate with their age and any major flaws will be noted. Each piece is hand selected and all items are inspected for sterling content. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me or request additional photos.
We do our utmost to accurately date our jewelry although actual dating may vary. We date antique and period jewelry using a variety of techniques, testing and observation. These include metal smithing techniques, stones and stone settings, faceting styles and techniques, construction, wear, aesthetics, materials and more and placed within the context of jewelry history.