Email Womens Wedding Band White Tungsten Carbide 6mm
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This contemporary women's wedding band features a matte finish center and crisp engraved edges for a memorable look. The fine jewelry ring is crafted in white tungsten carbide, which is made from a patented formula and is prized for its strength and durability. The ring is 6mm in width and is Supreme-Fit for maximum comfort.
Women's Wedding Band White Tungsten Carbide 6mm
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