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March 22, 2012 · Posted in Dating 

If you’re looking forward to getting a diamond eternity ring-whether as a wedding or engagement, for purely personal satisfaction, or a major investment-take note of its special characteristics aside from carefully examining the 4Cs-the cut, clarity, color, and carat weight.

Diamonds are the closest thing to an unbreakable substance (though diamonds can and do break; otherwise, we would be unable to cut of polish them), which makes it suitable for an engagement ring. A promise, a promise of love and commitment that will not be destroyed: Have you found that special person you love, respect and cherish? It is the treasured, and one of oldest symbols of your commitment to another person. An engagement ring, a diamond wedding band but, an eternity band are the most popular. We know what the first two symbolize, but do we know what makes an eternity ring stand out? Why is it considered so extremely special? For one, the name itself gives us a clue. Diamonds are the closest thing to an unbreakable substance (though diamonds can and do break; otherwise, we would be unable to cut of polish them), which makes it appropriate for an engagement ring. A promise, a promise of love and commitment that will not be destroyed: If diamonds aren’t your style, or you like them but want a bit more color in your eternity bands, you won’t be overlooked! Many jewelers now stock and custom make eternity wedding rings with rubies, emeralds, black diamonds, and blue, yellow, or pink sapphires.

Generally, all diamond eternity rings are set with a stone or diamond set. These are categorized as a “full eternity” ring-that has gems set completely around the shank-and a “half eternity” ring-which has gem stones set partially around the shank. Today, many eternity diamond wedding bands come multi-stranded or plaited, among other themes or designs.

The design of many eternity bands means that the gemstones are set in such a way that it is not possible for them to be adjusted and retain the structure of the circle. Most engagement rings are diamond because diamonds are one of the toughest minerals on Earth, if not the toughest. You have made a promise to love and support each other, and stay together forever. Giving eternity bands is a wonderful way to further symbolize that bond! What can we wear every day from a loved one, to remind us that no matter what, our love is forever? A diamond eternity ring, of course! While one diamond can mean so much, the unbreakable bond, because a diamond is so strong, imagine what a whole band of diamonds can represent for your loved one.

Because eternity rings have to measure a specific carat weight and be available in different sizes, the diamonds that are chosen must add up to the right total carat weight, be uniformly sized, and all qualify for the desired color and clarity grades. This can be a challenge depending on the number of diamonds needed to form the eternity band of that particular size.

Eternity rings, which make wonderful anniversary gifts, are available in a number of setting styles that display and secure the gems in different ways according to the wearer’s preferences. Some of the best loved types of eternity band settings are the bar setting, channel setting, four prong setting, pave, micro pave, shared prong, and single prong.

Eternity wedding rings are often given as the wedding ring, with it raising in popularity the last couple of years. A perfect counterpart to an engagement ring, its opulent design can also stand alone. Generally, all diamond eternity wedding rings are set with a stone or diamond set. These are categorized as a “full eternity” ring-that has gem stones set completely around the shank-and a “half eternity” ring-which has gems set partially around the shank. Today, many eternity diamond rings come multi-stranded or plaited, among other themes or designs.

Wonderful diamond anniversary bands jewelry awaits you at Eternity Rings Platinum. Shop stackable rings today!

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