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Style finder

Choosing your wedding bands is a big decision, as you will after all, be wearing them for a long time to come, and there are many factors to consider; style, comfort and affordability being amongst the most important.

For the Bride, the most important thing is finding a wedding band that compliments your engagement ring; ensuring that the two rings look as if they are meant to be worn together. That is not to say that they always have to 'match', the secret to the perfect combination lies in finding a wedding band that enhances your engagement ring, rather than overshadows it.

This means considering the shape (profile), the width and depth of the band; and if you are considering adding diamonds, the shape, the cut and the setting style of the stones. The choice of metal will depend on your engagement ring, as we would always recommend that the rings be made of the same metal; as in the long term, they will wear better together.

For the Groom the decision will probably be based mainly on style and comfort. The metal choice may be made to match that of your bride's ring, whether that be 18ct Gold, Patinum or Palladium, or it may be that you are instantly drawn to a particular metal type, it might also be that you need the ring to be particularly light, or that you want the metal to be particularly hard wearing, so you would choose something like Palladium or Platinum.

Whatever aspects influence your choice, Rings for Eternity can offer you an extensive range of bespoke made wedding bands in 18ct Gold, Platinum and Palladium, in a style that will give you a lifetime of wear and years of pleasure.

Use the Style finder guide below to help you start to choose your rings, and then contact us to make an appointment to view the entire range.


Ring Style (rollover each image for a introduction and click for a detailed description)

Plain Wedding Bands|Whether you choose classic styling or opt for a more contemporary feel, the modern version of a plain wedding band is a design classic; a timeless investment which you will never tire of.                                                              <br />
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Use our style finder to browse ring profiles and then choose the metal, consider the ring dimensions and think about decorative details, such as grooves or texture and finishing touches such as a classic high polished finish or a satin finished surface.
Diamond Set Wedding Bands|Rings for Eternity offer an extensive range of bespoke made diamond set wedding rings, ranging from simple, plain and shaped bands set with fine quality diamonds, to stunning design led, diamond set bands with an emphasis on exquisite diamonds setting and detailing.
Shaped Wedding Rings|Your ring is as individual as you are, and getting the perfect 'fit' requires some thought and maybe a bespoke made design.<br />
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We appreciate that not all engagement rings are purchased with the wedding band in mind, and some rings are harder to fit than others, so we offer both an extensive range of plain and diamond set shaped wedding bands, and a bespoke design service, to create the perfect ring, designed to fit and frame your engagement ring.

Ring Style

When it comes to selecting your wedding bands, you will find an endless variety of rings styles to choose from, but it is not 'one of many' that you are looking for; it is 'the one'. For the Bride, it is the perfect ring that will compliment and frame your engagement ring and will stand the test of time, and for the Groom, it is possibly the one and only ring you will wear all the days of your life.

Eternity Bands|A ring for today, a ring for tomorrow, a ring for Eternity...<br />
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An Eternity Ring is the symbol of eternal, never-ending love. Worn as a wedding band, or given as a gift to commemorate a special event or anniversary, the Eternity Ring, is the ultimate expression of never-ending love; a ring that says I love you, today, tomorrow and for the rest of our lives.<br />
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Wedding Ring Sets|Whether you are looking for matching sets of wedding bands, or co-ordinating pairs of rings, which include design elements that in some way unite the two bands; the wedding ring set, is as individual as you are. Our extensive range of plain and diamond set bands includes co-ordinating ring sets both men and for women. <br />
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Metal Choice (rollover each image for a introduction and click for a detailed description)

Platinum|PURE: Platinum is a pure white metal, with a natural satin sheen surface and beautiful silver lustre.<br />
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RARE: Platinum is actually 30 times rarer than gold, hence its desireability. <br />
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ETERNAL: Incredibly durable, platinum never loses its warm, white lustre, a truly unique property amongst precious metals.
Palladium|The contemporary and price conscious alternative to White Gold and Platinum, Palladium is a pure white metal, with a rich silver grey lustre. Darker than Platinum, it is a beautiful metal which has become increasingly popular with both brides and grooms.<br />
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White Gold|Choose brilliant, reflective, rhodium plated white gold to create a clean modern looking wedding ring. <br />
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White gold is the perfect choice to highlights the brilliance of your diamond engagement ring and co-ordinating wedding band.

Metal Choice

When it comes to choosing your wedding bands, there are a variety of metals to choose from to suit every budget, including the classic option of 18ct white, yellow or rose gold, or the contemporary choice of a pure white metal; palladium or platinum.

Use our metal guide to help you find out about the different options that are available.

Gold|From the classic choice of yellow gold, the contemporary option of stunning, white gold or the subtle pink tones of rose gold; warm, seductive, eternal; gold is the versatile option for today's modern bride and groom.<br />
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Rose Gold|The warm pink tones of rose gold range from a pale pink tint to a rich rose colour; beautiful alone and stunning when combined with white gold.<br />
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Multi-Colour Gold|The combination of coloured gold can create a beautiful and unusual design, particularly when 2 or more metals are combined with diamonds, or with dramatic finishing touches such as white or black rhodium.

Profile (rollover each image for a introduction and click for a detailed description)

Classic Court Shape|Classic ‘Court Shape’ or ‘comfort fit’ wedding rings are rounded on both the inside and the outside providing exceptional comfort with no hard edges.<br />
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Flat Court|The Flat Court is a more modern take on the classic ‘Court Shape’ wedding band. A Flat Court is flat on the outside, but rounded on the inside providing exceptional comfort within a more contemporary style band.<br />
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Flat Profile|As its name suggests, the flat profile band, is just that - flat on both the inside and outside, for a sleek copntemporary look that lends itself to a range of finishes.<br />
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The name assigned to the profile of a ring is based on the shape made by a cross section of the ring.
There are many popular ring profiles; from the classic Court Shape profile to the modern and unusual Concave profile, and whilst the one you choose is largely a matter of personal taste, you may find that certain factors, such as the shape and length of your fingers, influence your decision.

D Shape Profile|The timeless, D Shape Profile is considered the 'classic' shape wedding ring. The D Shape band is flat on the inside, with a D shaped, domed outside. <br />
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Alternative Profiles|A selection of ring profiles with classic looks and craftsmanship, combined with a modern twist, for timeless, stylish, elegance.
Contemporary Profiles|Using a Court Shape band to ensure supreme comfort and fit, our Contemporary Profiles range includes a selection of classic ring styles with a modern edge. <br />
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Diamond Shapes and Cut (rollover each image for a introduction and click for a detailed description)

Diamond Guide|Fire, Life and Brilliance, the essential elements of a diamond.<br />
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There are many ways to describe the beauty and quality of a diamond, and the one that you ultimately fall in love with, will have a unique combination of 3 elements that give the diamond its individual character.<br />
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The Four 'C's|A diamond grading system known as the the ‘Four Cs’, is used to describe the quality of a cut diamond. Each of the Four Cs describes the specific characteristics by which a diamond's quality is measured - its Cut, Colour, Clarity and Carat weight.
Classic Round Brilliant|The Round Brilliant Cut Diamond is the classic image of a solitaire diamond, and its reflective quality and internal beauty has set the standard for all other diamond shapes.

Diamond Shapes and Cut

Every diamond is unique, with its own 'life story' and characteristics; the elements which determine its colour, brilliance and reflective qualities. There are many factors to consider when choosing a diamond, the most constricting of which is your budget, which will ultimately affect both the size and quality of the stone, but start by choosing your diamond shape and cut.

Our guide to buying diamonds will point you in the right direction, but for expert advise in diamond selection, book an appointment and we will be happy to advise you.

Princess cut|A Princess cut diamond is a square or rectangular shape, with numerous sparkling facets, designed for getting maximum brilliance from a square cut.
Emerald Cut|The Emerald Cut Diamond is a rectangular shape with cut corners. It is known as a step cut because its concentric broad, flat planes resemble stair steps.
Fancy Cut Diamonds|The term 'Fancy Cut' diamonds refers to cuts and shapes that are modified versions of popular cuts. Fancy cuts can generally be grouped into four categories: modified brilliants, step cuts, mixed cuts, and rose cuts.<br />
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Setting Style (rollover each image for a introduction and click for a detailed description)

Channel Setting|On either side of a row of calibrated diamonds, two strips of metal; gold, platinum or palladium are used to create a channel, in which the diamonds are set side-by-side. <br />
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The gems are set flush with the metal, with just the slightest amount of metal covering the edge of the stones, which offers protection, but slightly diminishes the ability for light to shine through.<br />
Pave Setting|Pave setting, and micro pave setting, feature small gemstones that are placed very close together in tiny holes of the frame. This is a fine setting, in which all you see is the diamonds, as very little metal is visible to the eye. This setting reflects quality, elegance, and brilliance.
Prong Setting|The claw or prong setting is a popular choice for both a classic solitaire diamond ring and a diamond set eternity band, as it highlights the diamonds with the least metal showing.

Setting Style

In both your engagement ring and wedding band, choosing the right setting style can be just as important as choosing the diamond itself, as the setting plays a major role in the presentation of your diamonds and the overall style and character of your ring.

Think of the setting as a frame for your diamonds, and a representation of your individual style.

Bar Setting|A modern and beautiful setting, in which the diamond are set in the channel with supporting bars on either side of each stone. <br />
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This style creates a beautiful display of uniformity in presentation. Since there is no additional metal between the stones, more light is allowed to pass through to the diamond. Bar setting is magnificent for solitatire and wedding band settings alike, creating a stunning contemporary styled setting which maximises both the stones and the light entering them.
Bezel Setting|The bezel or rub-over style is a stylish and contemporary looking setting, which both secures and protects the diamonds. The metal surrounding the stone is quite literally pushed over the edge of the stone, thereby offering maximum security to the diamond. This type of setting can be very effective for fancy shapes of diamond. The fact that the metal faithfully follows the outline helps to emphasize the diamond shape.
Flush Setting|The flush or 'rub-over' setting involves setting the diamond within the metal itself, and is a perfect compliment to the bezel or rub-over set engagement ring. <br />
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