A Ring for All Eternity

Diamond Eternity Rings are a popular choice for Wedding Rings. But finding the right one can be like looking for a needle in a haystack. So where do we start?  If you are planning to wear the Eternity Ring together with your Engagement Ring, you will also need to keep in mind how they will sit next to each other.  Find which type of setting you prefer. The most frequently used settings are Claw (or prong) setting and Channel Setting. In the former, the claws hold the Diamonds in place and are visible upon first glance. The latter, holds the Diamonds by two Gold (or Platinum) bars on either side, so there are no visible claws.

Diamond eternity rings in box

Above are two types of Claw Settings. The left one with clearly visible claws, the right one with smaller claws and covered sides for a more solid and even look.

Channel set diamond rings

You can choose Round or Princess Cut Diamonds for a Channel setting. The main difference between these two options is that the Round Diamonds leave a visible gap between them, while the princess Cut Diamonds can fit exactly next to each-other creating an ‘unbroken’ line of Diamonds.

Still confused? What it all boils down to is personal preference, so you just need to find the option that appeals to you the most.

Wedding Ring Inspiration:
Planning Your Wedding Rings
Engagement and Wedding Ring Combos
Choosing not to Match Wedding Rings

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