There is an order that is suggested when wearing the eternity ring, although there is no real science behind this, it should be relative to the engagement t and wedding ring. In some cases it can just be what feels or fits better around other rings on your finger. It some cases the eternity ring does replace the engagement ring.
Eternity rings come in many styles, the preferred type is the half eternity ring, and this is simply because it can be adjusted a lot easier. The claw settings have been more fashionable than other, more attractive and practical setting styles. Although there are many claw set eternity rings available, a setting style where the stones are set into the metal of the shank, such as "grain", "flush" or pavé are to be preferred. These styles are sometimes confused with "channel" setting, but are more secure.
The type of stone used can also vary , a round brilliant cut diamonds are the commonest choice for solitaire rings, square or oblong stones can be an excellent choice for eternity rings, partly because they can be set edge-to-edge in a continuous band or line.
The recent development and availability of "princess" cut diamonds justly adds to the attraction of square stones for eternity rings.
One of the many jewellers that have a wide and varied range of eternity rings is H.Samuel www.hsamuel.co.uk , to view there eternity rings click on the link below http://www.hsamuel.co.uk/
Diamonds do not have to be the main stone of an eternity ring, emeralds, rubies, and sapphires can look beautiful within the ring. Birthstones can be the gem within the ring, adding to the sentiment and personalisation of the gift.
Eternity rings have symbolic meaning between the people giving and receiving the ring, the never ending band of a ring can symbolise ever lasting love between the partners. As well as the meaning true love, the eternity ring can mark an occasion such as a first child being born or a memorable date in time.
H.Samuel has a wide range of eternity rings and jewellery online www.hsamuel.co.uk
David Ton is an author of watches, jewellery and gifts and H Samuel is a resource used for eternity rings http://www.hsamuel.co.uk/