Do you need help? 1-800-779-1726. Do you need help? 1-800-779-1726. Once you've chosen the diamond shape you like best and the budget you have in mind, there are important things to consider before investing in an eternity ring with diamonds. The diamond eternity ring is a brilliant celebration of eternity, with diamonds in an infinite circle around the finger, symbolizing endless love. While round diamonds are the most popular choice for eternity rings, other diamond shapes can also be very beautiful. In particular, princess-cut eternity rings, Asscher cut eternity rings, radiant-cut eternity rings, baguette diamond eternity rings and emerald-cut eternity rings are very striking, as the straight sides of each diamond can be set side by side, resulting in a solid wall of glitter around the finger.
However, some couples choose to choose a half-eternity ring design that has diamonds only on the middle of the finger or a three-quarter of eternity ring that has diamonds that take up ¾ of the circumference of the finger. And of course, having fewer diamonds means that the price range for half an eternity is much lower, so you can afford to have larger, higher-quality diamonds. The small diamonds in an eternity ring rarely have GIA classification reports, as would be expected from a central stone, as that would increase the total cost of the diamond ring too much. However, the most important factor for diamond quality is that diamonds in eternity rings must match, not only in color and clarity, but also in size and overall appearance.
Platinum is the best choice of metal for an important alliance for eternity, as it will blend with diamonds in a perfect way and will keep your diamonds safe. How you get the diamonds for your eternity ring is as important as the diamond in your engagement ring. Diamonds smaller than 1 carat are likely not certified by official diamond certifications such as GIA or EGL, which means that you should trust your jeweler and what they say about the quality of the diamonds you're buying.