Eternity rings

(22 Posts)
BeyondTheSea Wed 23-Apr-14 09:19:51

Any recommendations please?
I prefer simple styles and would like diamond/platinum.

KosherBacon Wed 23-Apr-14 09:31:38

What's your budget? What sort of cuts of diamonds do you like? Are you somebody whose weight goes up and down. If you are you might be better with a 3/4 eternity as it can be resized if needed.

BeyondTheSea Wed 23-Apr-14 09:48:38

hmm up to £4000 but would prefer to spend less. My engagement ring is princess cut but I don't plan to wear them together. My wedding band is very slim and I like slim rings.

DameDiazepamTheDramaQueen Wed 23-Apr-14 11:22:26

Jeremy Heber makes beautiful jewellery and will make to your specifications.

Oooh. How about this one?

Or this one - with princess-cut diamonds

Or this one...ok I'll stop now..

Paddingtonthebear Wed 23-Apr-14 12:54:11

This lady makes her own beautiful things and also to your own spec. We got my bespoke eternity/wedding ring from her

www.catherinebuddjewellery.co.uk

Walnut8 Wed 23-Apr-14 13:00:21

Don't get channel-set princess cut (ie nos 2 and 3 from mistressploppy) ... they will look dull.

I love mine but I wear it next to my set of engagement and wedding rings - it looks a bit like this but bigger dias and only 3/4 round.

ChoccyBunny Wed 23-Apr-14 13:49:28

I got mine from this place in Hatton Garden in London. Their service and aftercare were excellent.

There are so many shops and designers in Hatton Gdn to choose from, many will design or tailor particular designs for you.

Full eternitys can be painful on your other fingers.
I have a white metal set with tiny stones ( less than 50 points) but it's gorgeous, understated, not rough, not blingey.

Try the ring on and squeeze your fingers together , like someone is holding your hand
Then run it up and down your clothes (this is where a full circle is a pain).
But IMP the full eternity rather than half is more traditional.
You might want more modern?

Yes, mine is like the link from walnut

Lucked Wed 23-Apr-14 14:16:07

I lovely bezel set eternity rings, like this one - although I wouldn't pay for the debeers name

www.debeers.co.uk/jewellery/rings/j1fs01z00w/bezel-set-eternity-band

Apatite1 Wed 23-Apr-14 14:18:23

I have a bezel set eternity, very comfortable but two of the diamonds fell out, so I retired it!

DidoTheDodo Wed 23-Apr-14 14:41:49

damediazepam Oooh another Jeremy Heber fan. I thought I was the only one! I have his "Venus" ring in palladium and diamonds and it is beautiful. (sorry derailed the thread in my excitement)

LouiseAderyn Wed 23-Apr-14 14:55:16

www.fraserhart.co.uk/18ct-white-gold-1-00-carat-diamond-full-eternity-ring.html

I have one like this and wear it all the time. It doesn't feel uncomfortable or catch on my clothes. I usually wear it with engagement and wedding rings but sometimes just on it's own.

satintaupe Wed 23-Apr-14 14:59:24

I prefer simple styles and I prefer the look of channel set princess cut eternity rings.

DameDiazepamTheDramaQueen Wed 23-Apr-14 15:50:12

Dido - I have a new piece every birthday, I LOVE his stuff!! By new piece I mean from his cheaper range grin

DidoTheDodo Wed 23-Apr-14 16:11:17

And he is so helpful too. My ring was originally made in yellow gold, but then all my jewellery ended up in white metals. He re-made my ring - and even put a better diamond in, just because!
I want more stuff!

DameDiazepamTheDramaQueen Thu 24-Apr-14 14:25:30

Oh he's fab and agree about helpful,I had to send a ring back because it was a bit big and he was fine about it. I really fancy one of his 'proper expensive' rings, one day when I have some serious cash he'll be my first port of call! Next birthday will be a pair of earrings I think...

I have a Cartier trinity ring like this that i wear on my right hand rather than with wedding/engagement ring - I love it. There are lots of different variations and thicknesses (all affecting price wink) that you can get.

BeyondTheSea Thu 24-Apr-14 18:43:00

Thanks so much everyone. Will take a look at the links once the littlies are in bed!

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