Nowadays, Eternity Rings are used to commemorate all sorts of special milestones from your first wedding anniversary to the birth of a child or a significant birthday. We’ve crafted rings given as 30th birthday gifts, as “push presents” following the arrival of a baby and simply to say “I love you”.
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.
Wearing it with your engagement ring? We’ll design a gorgeous ring to match your wedding ring or complement the current setting. Full eternity rings are a fabulous choice; a full band of diamonds is eye- catching and elegant, and you’ll find these smaller diamonds less pricey even though the total carat weight might rival your engagement diamond. Channel set diamonds are a sensible option if you wear your rings all the time; the channel setting holds diamonds snug and secure. Opt for a claw set ring and we’ll welcome you back every 12 months to check that the claws are secure.
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.
Traditionally they’re worn next to your engagement ring, on the opposite side to your wedding band. For this reason, many women match their eternity ring to their wedding ring; whether that’s a plain or diamond band.
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.
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