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Eternity rings from Sylvie’s collection are a symbol of sophistication, embodying an unmatched balance of elegance and meticulous craftsmanship.
Each of these rings brings its own unique character to the collection. Oval Diamond Eternity Band showcases 3.15 carats of oval diamonds set vertically, offering a distinctive look. On the other hand, the Emerald Cut Diamond Eternity Band displays 4.50 carats of vertically set emerald cut diamonds, making a bold statement. The Round Diamond Eternity Band, featuring 4 carats of round brilliant diamonds, adds a classic yet glamorous touch to any ensemble. This selection showcases the variety of beautiful shapes that diamonds can be cut in and the finesse Sylvie brings to the concept of eternity rings.
Each of Sylvie’s eternity rings embodies a unique interpretation of enduring commitment, transforming the traditional eternity ring into a versatile piece of artistry that holds personal significance while maintaining a polished and poised appearance.
An eternity ring is a band featuring a continuous line of identically cut gemstones, usually diamonds, set around the entire circumference of the ring. It is typically given as a symbol of everlasting affection, often on significant anniversaries or the birth of a child.
The eternity ring symbolizes enduring love and commitment. The continuous circle of gemstones represents an unbroken bond and the never-ending nature of love.
Traditionally, eternity rings are given on significant anniversaries, typically the 10th, 25th, or 50th. However, it’s becoming increasingly common to give them as the bride’s wedding ring or the first wedding anniversary or upon the birth of the first child.
An eternity ring is typically worn on the left hand ring finger, next to the wedding band and engagement ring. However, there are no strict rules and some choose to wear it on the right hand or on a different finger entirely.
Due to their unique design with gemstones set around the entire band, resizing an eternity ring can be complex and, in some cases, not possible without damaging the ring. It is essential to have the correct size when purchasing. If you need to resize your Sylvie eternity ring, make sure to contact one of our authorized retailers to schedule an appointment.
Yes, eternity rings are designed to be worn every day. However, like all fine jewelry, they should be handled with care to avoid damage to the gemstones or the band.
While traditionally, an eternity ring is a separate piece given after the wedding, some couples choose to use eternity rings as their wedding bands due to their symbolism of everlasting love.
Caring for an eternity ring involves regular cleaning with a soft toothbrush and mild soap, checking the setting occasionally to ensure the stones are secure, and avoiding exposure to harsh chemicals or environments that could scratch or damage the ring. Check out our blog How To Clean An Engagement Ring for more information.
While many eternity rings are made with diamonds, they can also feature other precious gemstones like rubies, sapphires, and emeralds.
A full eternity ring has gemstones set around the entire band, while a half eternity ring has gemstones only on the face of the band. The choice between the two is largely based on personal preference and comfort.