Perhaps among the oldest and most widely used wedding traditions in the world is the ceremonious orange blossom. It is among the most common motifs found on wedding bands, as it has come to symbolize a happy betrothal. In this ring, made sometime between the 1930s and 1950s, a band of evenly spaced orange blossoms in white gold sits at the center of a beautifully textured rose gold band. All is carved 14k gold. The band is a size 8.5 and resizing is not recommended due to the continuity of the pattern.