We love creating and designing new, unique eternity band designs to our site, so I thought this would be an excellent opportunity to check out a few of our favorite modern styles.
1) Bezel Set Diamond Eternity Band
A bezel setting is a pretty classic setting style that provides a ton of security for your diamonds as each stone is encapsulated in metal with only the tables of the stones visible. They have a very modern, sleek appeal since the metal creates a cylindrical appearance that is smooth and distinctive. The band itself measures about 2 mm in width, which makes it a rather delicate looking piece, but stunningly beautiful in its own way.
2) Vintage Style Pave Diamond Eternity Band
This vintage style band gives off a very distinct impression as each diamond is pave set into the band, but bordered by milgrained walls. This gives the ring a sophisticated appearance and a certain level of security.
3) East-West Radiant Diamond Eternity Ring
A radiant cut diamond is a diamond shape that has been gaining some ground in terms of popularity as it is a variety of brilliant cut stone, but is unique in that it has cut off corners much like emerald and asscher stones. We have seen a good share of radiant cut stones for all types of jewelry, including wedding bands and engagement rings. This eternity band setting gives homage to that stone with each of the stones set east-west. This showcases the length of the stones but also provides a thin band. Each stone is set into a semi-bezel setting with metal surrounding most of the sides with a slight taper inward at the corners.
4) Asscher Diamond Eternity Ring
Asscher cut diamonds give off a sophisticated appearance. Asscher cut diamonds are step-cut stones, which means they must be rather high quality in order to be eye clean and beautiful. It is more difficult to hide blemishes in a step cut stone due to the nature of their facets. This particular eternity has asscher cut diamonds set end to end in a channel setting, which is secure and allows for the tables of the stones to be unobscured by metal prongs.
We hope you enjoyed this look at some of our unique diamond eternity designs. Rings such as these make excellent gift ideas for anniversaries, birthdays, holidays, or can even make for incredibly beautiful wedding bands. Do you have a favorite?
Update: This blog post was originally published on June 16, 2015 and was updated with new photos and information on January 16, 2019.
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