Eternity rings to make you swoon
Eternity rings are the Maybelline of the jewellery world—once reserved for 10th wedding anniversaries, they are now gifted “because you’re worth it”. There is a definite trend towards these beautiful rings being used to celebrate all sorts of wonderful occasions, and why not? Diamonds are to be enjoyed!
Which milestones are celebrated with an Eternity Ring?
When it comes to design, Eternity Rings can either match the engagement ring and wedding ring or be completely different as well.
Make a time to meet Ashley, browse diamonds and discuss design. We’ll help you create your one-of-a-kind eternity ring to honour whichever milestone you’re celebrating.
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Eternity rings can also be worn on the right hand, alone or with other rings. This is a great way to make a bold statement with diamonds, without overwhelming or needing to match your engagement ring. This is a great option if you have a plain wedding band but want a sparkling set of diamonds in your eternity ring. Put it on your right ring finger and design the ring you really want.
Where is an Eternity Ring worn?
Wearing it on your right hand? A diamond band will always be in style, and without the restraint of having to ‘match’ your engagement and wedding ring, you can go to town with your choice of diamond and design.
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