When it comes to the metal for your eternity ring, you should only consider precious metals.
Sterling silverisn't strong enough to withstand the use of a. Sterling silver isn't strong enough to withstand the wear and tear that an eternity ring gets. Platinum or gold are the best options.
Platinum is very strong, even on thin wires, so it keeps stones in place very securely. Gold is also very durable, as white gold, yellow gold and rose gold offer color options to complement the other rings you wear every day. The best choice of metal for an important alliance for eternity is platinum, as it will blend with diamonds in a perfect way and will keep your diamonds safe. Be sure to ask about the origin of the metal for your ring.
At RockHer, all our platinum and gold are recycled. In terms of form, there are two main classifications of eternity rings: the full eternity band or the half eternity band. Traditional infinity rings are adorned with stones around the band, giving them the name of the ring of complete eternity. However, some users find that the diamonds around the band are a bit uncomfortable to wear.
In addition, rings from full eternity cannot be resized or engraved. That's why it's vital to get the right ring size. The presence of additional stones implies greater maintenance, which makes half-eternity bands a better option in some cases. The Eternity Ring is made of precious metals set with a full ring of diamonds.
Traditionally, it is a gift that is presented after a couple is married. But not all eternal rings are specifically related to marriage itself. Another meaning of the ring is used to represent life. Therefore, a wife or a first-time mother usually gives an eternal ring to their significant other after their first child is born or received by their family.
Eternity rings are a beautiful gift suitable for relationship milestones, such as the birth of a child or a wedding anniversary. This standard horizontal silver wedding ring with cubic zirconias is made of 925 sterling silver and bright white AAA cubic zirconia. Luxurious but at a more affordable price, a 2-carat eternity band is perfect to combine with other rings. These simple sterling silver rings with fine cubic zircons are made of high-quality 925 sterling silver.
But how did this custom of gifting begin? It is said that the idea of using eternity rings originated in the ancient Egyptians about 4,000 years ago. Round-cut eternity rings are the most popular and are easily combined with the diamond shapes of your engagement or wedding ring. Getting an accurate measurement of your ring size is crucial before buying an eternity ring or pretty much any ring, in fact. Eternity rings are available in any diamond shape: you can easily find eternity rings with oval-cut diamonds, eternity rings with marquise-cut diamonds and much more.
Eternity rings set in channels are an excellent choice for someone who has an active lifestyle, as diamonds set in channels are less likely to be lost. Half-eternity rings have stones only in the middle and not around the band, and other than that, there isn't much difference between them. It also makes it easier to pass the eternity ring to another family member who may have a different finger size. The style features stones, usually diamonds, set around the ring to achieve 360 degrees of brilliance.
Take this Eternity ring with oval-cut diamonds from Blue Nile as an example; many people enjoy combining the shape of their engagement ring with the diamonds in the Eternity ring. Determining how much to spend on an eternity ring can be a bit difficult because there is a very wide price range where eternity bands can come from. Most couples spend 50 to 100 percent of the cost of their diamond engagement ring on an eternity ring. .