Eternity Ring

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Eternity Ring

Are you looking to buy an eternity ring with diamonds? An eternity ring can be made from precious metals platinum and gold. Inset with several diamonds, either all or half of the ring has diamonds around the outside of the ring. Its origins go back to Egyptian times, the eternity ring was considered a symbol of everlasting love for centuries. The concept of diamond eternity rings was later created in the 1960s by diamond, merchant De Beers.

An eternity ring with the engagement ring is known as a lady’s ring is worn on the left hand. An Eternity ring is usually given from a husband to his wife on the occasion of a significant anniversary. One campaign slogan, aimed at husbands, was “She married you for richer or poorer, let her know how it’s going.”

Diamond eternity ring

Traditionally an Eternity ring was given to a wife to signify a decade of marriage and to celebrate your first child born. The eternity ring is used together with the wedding and engagement ring on the left hand. It often features many gemstones and diamond running around the outside of the ring. Couples do not have to be married to wear an eternity ring, you do not even need to be in a relationship. For younger couples 16 to 24, the eternity ring is also known as a promise ring. For couples over 40, it is an eternity ring is considered to be a celebration ring. More couples than ever are interested in buying or receiving a diamond ring as an eternity ring. There are many jewellers listed on the jewellery repairs page who can repair or restore your treasured eternity ring.

Eternity ring design

There are 18 jewellers listed on the eternity rings page. Many of the jewellery shops have a wide selection of ready-made eternity rings on display in their shop windows. There are other jewellers listed who can design and manufacture an eternity ring to your own personalise jewellery design. Many use the latest jewellery CAD technology to help you through the process, it is the preferred method these days. The jewellers can be contacted directly by phone, send an email enquiry, or visit their website for more information.