Crafted to last a lifetime, Eternity rings forever commemorate your love.
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Your guide to buying an Eternity ring
Eternity bands featuring Round Brilliant and Emerald cut diamonds are perhaps the most vintage-inspired looks because these shapes are older and more traditional. An Alternating Shapes Band, with its mixture of Round and Baguette shaped diamonds, is also a nod to Art Deco style.
VRAI’s Eternity Bands do not feature Baguette shaped VRAI created diamonds, but are available in Round, Oval, Emerald, and Princess cut shapes. However, the Alternating Shapes Band as well as the Baguette Bar Band are designs that feature Baguette shaped diamonds that go all the way around the band.
The shape of diamond you choose is entirely up to personal preference. For those wearing an Eternity ring as a wedding band, you might prefer to match the diamond shape featured in your engagement ring, if possible. Round and Emerald styles are considered more classic or traditional, while Oval and Princess styles are timeless with a modern twist. Select the shape you feel pairs best with your unique style.
Your choice of metal color is a matter of personal preference. Look at your existing jewelry collection, or the metal color featured in your engagement ring, and consider matching. Rose gold is an excellent choice for those wanting a metal color that pairs well with platinum and yellow or white gold.
Frequently asked questions about eternity rings
An Eternity ring is similar to an Infinity ring, where diamonds are featured all around the band. VRAI’s Eternity Band features Round Brilliant, Oval, Emerald, and Princess cut diamonds in a platinum or solid gold u-prong setting. Similar styles are the Infinity Band, Alternating Shapes Band, Devotion Band and Baguette Bar Band.
You may wear your Eternity ring on any finger you’d like, but it is essential to measure your ring size beforehand as Eternity Bands and other similar styles cannot be resized after. For those wanting to wear an Eternity ring as a wedding band and pair it with an engagement ring, it’s important to speak to a diamond expert and try the rings on together first to ensure a comfortable fit that won’t scratch or scrape.
Traditionally, you wear your wedding ring first and stack your engagement ring on top. If an Eternity ring is added to the stack, it’s normal to add that on top of your engagement ring. However, speak with a diamond expert and try the rings on together first to ensure a comfortable fit that won’t scratch or scrape.
An Eternity ring is often chosen as a wedding band or as an anniversary ring. If it is part of a wedding ring set, it’s important to try on alongside the engagement ring to ensure a comfortable fit. For an anniversary ring, it may be worn on any finger but many like to add it to their wedding ring set. Many choose Eternity rings to celebrate other milestones, like a birthday or personal accomplishment.