Eternity bands are romantic and meaningful. It can be worn as a solo piece on your finger or as part of a stack. To many, it symbolizes never-ending love for their partners. It is also known as an infinity ring - a band of precious metal set with a continuous line of gemstones to symbolize commitment, making it a popular choice for weddings and anniversaries.
There are Two important aspects to consider when you’re evaluating the quality and beauty of an eternity ring - The type of gemstones used, and the type of precious metal used to make the band. You may also play on its setting. The most popular ones are the Prong, Channel, and Bezel.
The style and setting you choose is mostly based on personal preference, If the eternity ring will be worn next to an engagement or wedding ring, you’ll want to match the style and metal as closely as possible.
Round diamonds are the most in-demand choice for eternity bands, but in recent years, other diamond shapes like Princess cut, Emerald cut and Oval cut are becoming popular too. You can also combine shapes so long as you can wear them comfortably.
An eternity ring is often the second most important fine jewelry purchase a couple makes after the engagement ring. So it is vital to know your ring size as it can’t be resized anymore. To determine sizing of an eternity band, measure the inner diameter of the ring, then compare it to a ring sizing chart. You can also wrap a thin piece of paper around the person’s finger, then mark the spot where the paper overlaps — if you’re not confident measuring someone’s ring size on your own, you can go to your trusted jeweler for a professional measurement.