A Collection of Lasting Beauty: Eternity Rings

Eternate’s eternity rings are crafted with a dedication to permanent beauty and longevity. Each stone is hand-selected for their intensity and brilliance and is precisely set in arrangements that speak of commitment and detailing. Our gold eternity rings are designed with care and feature stones set in a way that ensures a continuous sparkle. Pick from a variety of innovative designs and alluring moissanite or lab-diamonds, each telling its own story while promising lasting quality.

At Eternate, we only work with ethically sourced diamonds. However, for a more sustainable option, choose a lab-grown diamond and have all the sparkle with ease of mind. For an equally enchanting and budget-friendly alternative, choose a moissanite eternity band. Each facet in these rings reflects our commitment to sustainability, ethical sourcing and responsible jewelry. Make a conscious statement about the world you want to create.

Eternity Rings FAQs

What is an eternity ring?

An eternity ring is a band of a precious metal, usually gold or platinum, set with a continuous line of gemstones, mostly diamond or moissanite. Eternity rings can be full eternity with the gems going all the way around the band, or a half eternity band, meaning the gems cover only a part of the band. These rings are commonly given as a gift to celebrate important milestones in a marriage, such as anniversaries or the birth of a child. They also make great wedding bands.

What does an eternity ring mean?

The continuous circle of stones is said to be a representation of eternal love and the lasting bond between two individuals.

Which order do you wear engagement wedding and eternity rings?

Traditionally, the engagement ring is worn first, followed by the wedding band, and then the eternity ring. Yet, there are no strict rules, which means you can wear and stack your rings however you like.

Which finger do you wear an eternity ring?

An eternity ring is commonly worn on the same finger as the engagement and wedding rings, which is the ring finger of the left hand.