Eternity rings. Infinity rings. They express the same intention, that is, to express eternal love. But the two are actually quite different in design. Eternity rings do not resemble a figure of eight, but infinity rings do. Want to know more about the difference between an eternity ring and an infinity ring, Read on!
What are Eternity Rings?
An eternity ring is a ring that has a complete loop of moissanite stones and gemstones all over the ring. A circle in general represents eternity. Moissanite or gemstones illustrate love. Therefore with the endless circle of diamonds, an eternity ring is known for everlasting love.
The concept of the diamond eternity ring was a marketing concept by a British diamond company- DeBeers in the 1960s. Their target market were the wives of the bourgeoisies in the society. There was one add that was directed at the husbands that read, “A diamond is forever.” It added a sentiment to the purchase of the eternity diamond rings. This resulted in them boosting their sales.
There are 3 types of eternity diamond rings according to the number of diamonds and their settings:
1. Full eternity diamond ring: It has diamonds going all the way around the ring also the underside of the ring makes it fully exquisite to look at. Hence they provide the maximum shine. But it cannot be sized. Greater chance of needing maintenance. The most expensive of the three options.
2. Three-fourth eternity diamond ring: In this type of ring the diamonds are studded on the 3/4th portion of the surface. The rest of the portion is left blank. 3/4 eternity bands are also a good choice if you want to leave the possibility of ring sizing open in the future. However, if the ring spins far enough, the metal sizing bar will be visible.
3. Half eternity diamond ring: Diamonds are covered over half of the portion of the ring and the other side remains unadulterated. Because of lesser diamonds, this type of ring is pretty budget-friendly. And it can be easily sized and adjusted. But If the ring spins (or tilts even slightly) when being worn, the metal part of the ring will be visible.
What are Infinity Rings?
Introduced in the 17th century by mathematician John Wallis, the symbol of infinity represents the theory of limitlessness. The symbol features two circles in figure 8 coming together to represent endless love and devotion between a couple.
An infinity ring incorporates the infinity symbol or the figure 8 in its design. The infinity sign can be added to an infinity ring in different ways. Some rings incorporate the infinity symbol at the ring top where the center diamond should go.
Usually the infinity ring is used as an engagement ring. In some instances, infinity rings are worn as fashion statements. They are not considered strictly for marriage as eternity rings are.
The sparkle of infinity rings is breath-taking given that they are decked with rocks throughout. Likewise, they look the same whichever means they rotate. When it come to an infinity ring, its special symbol constantly establishes it apart from various other rings.
Both endless time and also infinity rings make beautiful wedding bands and are also appropriate to be gifted on unique events such as an anniversary. You can either select an endless time or infinity ring based upon your design choices and also budget plan.
This all-around eternity band ring featuring set with round brilliant cut moissanite is made from s925 sterling silver plated yellow gold, ensuring a comfortable fit and high quality product.
The Moissanite ring is made of S925 sterling silver. This ring adopts an elegant and delicate twisted rope timeless design, which is more fashionable and individual. It means that we will never separate when we grow old during the day.
The Moissanite ring is made of S925 sterling silver. This ring adopts the eight-shaped inlaid design of love, which perfectly expresses your pursuit of love. The ring is set with beautiful gemstones, bringing eternal love to this jewelry.
The lustrous s925 silver plated rose gold bands intertwine into a graceful infinity. A shimmering moissanite sits in the middle of the infinity twist and dazzles like the North star. For added style and beauty, additional moissanite accents are embellished along the twisted shank.