Eternity bands are not a particular kind of setting per se; rather they are a style of band that is often used for womens wedding bands or other special occasions such as anniversaries, birthdays and Valentines Day.
These bands get their name from the eternal presence of diamonds or other precious stones that decorate the entire band of the ring. Eternity rings are available in prong, channel, bezel and flush settings.
Pros of an Eternity Band
Delivers a sparkle that circles the entire finger
Adds personality and zest to the alternative simple or metal-only band
Pairs well with other rings, including engagement rings and wedding bands
Available in a range of styles, such as bezel and channel
Securely holds smaller diamonds
The most accurate way to determine ring size is to have your partners ring finger measured by a professional jeweler. But if thats not possible, dont be concerned. There are other approaches you can take. Ask your partners parents or close friends about her ring size. Or, try borrowing one of your partners existing rings. Using our online ring sizing guide, youll be able to determine the ring size she wears. Our online ring sizing guide contains some additional hints on ring size. And if you contact us (Wedding Bands Singapore), were happy to provide extra guidance or send you a complimentary plastic ring sizer. Keep in mind that if you purchase a ring that does not fit correctly, well gladly resize it for you for free within 30 days.
Cluster rings come in a plethora of different styles, sometimes they feature a central stone, or other times every stone in the ring is similarly-sized.
If the wearer wants to dazzle with glamour, she might love a setting that holds her diamond higher, or perhaps one that features sparkling pav-set diamonds on the band of the ring. Halo engagement settings are also very popular. Halo settings add a circle of diamonds around the center diamond to add sparkle and make the center diamond appear larger.
If you and your partner are set on a diamond engagement ring it is important to know how diamonds are classified. Diamonds are graded according the four Cs: carat, cut, clarity, and color. Striking a balance between these characteristics can help ensure you get the best diamond for your engagement ring. Cut A diamonds cut is directly related to the its overall beauty. When a diamond has been correctly cut, the diamonds ability to reflect and refract light is greatly enhanced. By understanding the way that light moves through diamond crystals, modern diamond cutters have established a specific set of proportions and angles that are known to harness the diamonds internal brilliance and to show it in its best light. Learn more about diamond cuts. Color A diamonds color is caused by natural trace elements of nitrogen that were present when the diamond formed under the Earths crust. A diamond with less color will exhibit greater brilliance and fire, be considered rarer, and therefore be of more value. Learn more about diamond color. Clarity With most diamonds, there is more than meets the eye! The presence of natural inclusions and blemishes on and within a diamond impacts its appearance and value. Inclusions may be crystals of a foreign material or structural imperfections such as tiny cracks, known as feathers, which can appear whitish or cloudy. Often times the inclusions are microscopic diamonds that were absorbed by the larger crystal before the diamond was carried to the surface of the Earth. The quantity, size, color, location, orientation, and visibility of inclusions all affect the final clarity grade of a diamond. Diamonds with no or few inclusions are considered particularly rare and highly valued. Carat Carat is the most visually apparent factor when comparing diamonds. Learn how carat weight is used to measure gemstones.
Its important to product your jewelry from the unexpected with jewelry insurance. Jewelry insurance protects your Brilliant Earth jewelry from circumstances that most homeowners and renters insurance policies dont cover. We include a complimentary insurance appraisal with engagement and wedding rings that have not been modified.