Also known as infinity rings, eternity rings are supposed to signify an ever lasting love between two partners. The symbolism is clear – traditional eternity rings are set apart from traditional diamond rings by featuring an unbroken line of small gems, instead of one big one. These tiny diamonds rung all the way around the ring, although half-eternity rings, where the diamonds only cover the visible face of the ring, are also available. Both styles of ring are wonderful in their simplicity. The unbroken chain of gems give eternity rings a 360 degree charm that most other rings can’t match.
Diamond eternity rings are a modern invention, unlike other traditional eternity rings. While eternity rings featuring precious stones such as topaz appeared as long ago as the 18th century, modern diamond eternity rings were created in the 1960s, and popularised as a present to give to a partner to commemorate a significant anniversary, usually the 50th. But these days, eternity rings are becoming more common, as more and more people decide they don’t need to wait until a big anniversary to declare their ever lasting affection for their loved one. That is a sentiment we can all get behind!
Diamond Dealer Direct want nothing more than to spread these wonderful sentiment, so we stock only the best eternity rings around. We have a full selection of diamond eternity rings in stock at our showroom in the Birmingham Jewellery Quarter. We also possess a fantastic range of IGI certified eternity rings available to view at our showroom.
Eternity rings are available in 18ct yellow, white and rose gold, platinum and palladium. These precious metals help bring out the understated charm of the small diamonds, whilst also making the ring very durable – helpful for a ring supposed to symbolise unconditional, unbreakable love! For a quote please email our showroom at email@example.com
IGI Certified Rings
We have a full selection of diamond eternity rings in stock at our showroom in the Birmingham jewellery quarter. We also possess a fantastic range of IGI certified eternity rings available to view at our showroom. The IGI (International Gemological Institute) is the largest independent gemological laboratory in the world. Founded in 1975 in Antwerp, Belgium, they now have offices worldwide dedicated to researching and certifying precious gems. Their certificate means that the diamonds you are purchasing are of the highest quality, so you can be confident you are only getting the best.
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