Love-inspired jewelry gifts are always more dazzling than the rest. Wedding bands, engagement rings, and eternity rings all fit here. These diamonds aren't just your best friend; they're a constant reminder of the epic moments and love in your life that they represent.
What Sets Eternity Rings Apart From Anniversary Rings?
While both eternity and anniversary rings are commonly worn, they serve different purposes and look very different. We break down the details, from the number of stones to the design of the band to the significance of the dates associated with each ring, so you can confidently make your purchase.
Anniversary rings typically have a row of diamonds along the upper half of the band, while eternity rings are characterized by a band of uninterrupted diamonds. Unlike wedding rings, engagement rings almost always have diamonds.
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How Long Does An Eternity Ring Last?
There is bound to be an eternity ring that suits your tastes and preferences among the many styles and designs available.
Maybe you're wondering, "Why not just get an eternity ring for my wedding or anniversary?" Both yes and no can be said. It is customary to present an eternity ring on a couple's wedding or anniversary, both of which rank among life's most momentous celebrations.
Graduation, as well as the five-, ten-, and twenty-year anniversaries, are also popular occasions for presenting eternity rings.
Diamonds make the entire band of an eternity ring sparkle brilliantly. Those diamonds that go on forever are a visual representation of your inexhaustible love. Since your love will last forever, you don't need a special occasion to wear an eternity ring. Feel free to use an eternity ring to declare your undying devotion on any given day.
Give these diamonds to your significant other as a symbol of your commitment to them. Your eternity ring will remain fashionable forever because diamonds never go out of style. You can confidently wear your eternity ring for the foreseeable future, as it is not a fad but a true symbol of everlasting love. And you will never go out of style.
Wearing Eternity Bands Correctly
There are no hard and fast rules, but eternity rings are typically worn on the left ring finger between the engagement ring and the wedding band.
An eternity band should complement the bride and groom's wedding and engagement rings. You may want to go for the full glitz of an eternity ring if your engagement and wedding rings are understated.
What Is an Anniversary Band?
Traditional anniversary rings are meant to complement the bride's or groom's wedding band and are given on the wedding's or marriage's anniversary. Half of the band, which comes in a variety of metals, is covered in diamonds of varying sizes and settings. The anniversary ring's metal is usually chosen to match or complement that of the wedding band.
Tips for Showing Off That Anniversary Band
In that case, if both your wedding and engagement rings are worn on the left hand's ring finger, where on the hand should you place your anniversary band? Pick a finger at random! The beauty of an anniversary ring is that it can be worn on any finger.
When it comes to wearing an anniversary ring, many people follow the tradition of doing so on the fourth finger of their right hand (the finger next to your pinky). You can wear it together with an engagement ring, an eternity ring, or your wedding band, and it will look great with each, but it will also be able to stand on its own.
If you prefer to have your left hand dripping in diamonds, you can also wear your anniversary ring on a finger on your left hand. Or, you can make your left hand's ring finger look like a diamond-encrusted wand by stacking your engagement, wedding, and eternity rings with your anniversary ring.
The sparkle that originated in your heart will shine bright no matter where you wear it.
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