In part one of this two-part blog series, we went over some of the basics on the eternity band for an engagement or fashion ring. A band style that’s gaining immense popularity over the last several years, the eternity band is both aesthetically pleasing and practically valuable in several ways to prospective buyers.
At AAA Jewelers, we’re happy to help with band selection for any of our engagement rings or fashion rings, including for those interested in the eternity band and the variety of options it offers. In today’s part two of our series, we’ll dig into a few other reasons why these bands are becoming so popular today, plus why they might interest you or someone you’re purchasing a new diamond ring for.
While some enjoy matching and standardizing several elements of a given ring, others want to use different sections of the ring for contrasting purposes. The eternity band is ideal for both poles – it allows for standardization, as we went over in part one, but also leaves many avenues open for contrasting.
For instance, if you have a brilliant cut center diamond already picked out, consider a step-cut eternity band featuring emerald or asscher to contrast with your diamond. This will create a different kind of visual interest, one many buyers prefer.
A theme we’ve touched on in sections to this point with eternity bands is versatility, and we wanted to really highlight this area. These bands have extremely few limitations – we’ve already gone over how they offer enormous customization potential depending on the stones and aesthetics you want, and this extends to other areas.
Consider that eternity bands are easily worn on both the left or right hand, either as a complement to a center stone or even on their own in many cases. They’re ideal for stacking among those who prefer this look, adding both sparkle and stone complements here.
Finally, the eternity band is one of the simplest and most convenient out there to wear on a daily basis. There are many other band or ring styles that sit very high up or risk catching or damage in many lines of work or daily activities – but this isn’t a major concern with the eternity band.
Rather, these bands are sleek and limited in the space they take up. They won’t snag on various items or fabrics, plus are much easier than many other styles to wear with gloves or other hand accessories. For those considering practicality along with visual appeal, the eternity band is a great way to go.
For more on why the eternity band is so popular in recent years, or to learn about any of our diamond or engagement jewelry or jewelry appraisals, speak to the staff at AAA Jewelers today.