Eternity Wedding Bands
Characteristics of Eternity Wedding BandsThe wedding of two lovers is a thing that lasts through eternity. For that reason, one of the most symbolic wedding bands is an eternity wedding band. In material terms, an eternity band is one in which diamonds or colored gemstones circle around the entire circumference of the piece. Some of our favorite designers here at Smyth Jewelers sculpt eternity bands, and we’re confident that a lover of designer bridal jewelry will appreciate the artistic grace imbued in each treasure to be found at our Maryland showrooms. Whether you’re interested in minimalist daintiness or maximalist ebullience, there’s something for everyone!
Popular Collections of Eternity Wedding BandsOpulence finds its greatest expression in the Tacori RoyalT collection. The name of the designer’s collection is accurate—made for royal tastes, the RoyalT line focuses on trellised curves of platinum. These settings cradle tremendous round-, oval-, or emerald-cut diamonds along the entire circle of the band. Imagine 5.5 carats of diamond wrapped around a bride’s finger, and you’ve imagined a RoyalT piece. Martin Flyer, another brand known for their excellence, offers the Stackers collection. Made to resemble the most glamorous engagement rings’ halos gently snipped and tied together like a flower crown, this collection’s rose, white, and yellow gold bands circle center diamonds pave-set stones.
Modern excellence is perfectly represented by the Michael M Princess collection of wedding bands. Channel-set diamonds are always an eye-catching choice, and the Princess collection wraps its namesake diamonds around a bride’s finger utilizing bold, thick channels. On the sides of these bands, pave-set round-cut diamonds flow along their sister row of princess cuts. The beauty of this collection complements the collection from Henri Daussi. Henri Daussi is beloved for their yellow diamond engagement rings, and you’ll adore the bold palate of colors in their wedding bands. Rubies, black and brown diamonds, pink and blue sapphire are used to great effect in these flower-inspired bands.