Unusual Eternity Rings By prudenandsmith on 8th December 2016 in Bespoke rings, Eternity rings Traditionally an eternity ring, also known as an infinity ring, is comprised of a band of precious metal, usually gold or platinum, set with a continuous line of identically cut diamonds. An eternity ring is given to symbolise never-ending love. It is usually given on the occasion of a significant anniversary. Pruden and Smith specialise in both traditional eternity rings and in bringing that extra special touch of contemporary designer flare to create a collection of more unusual eternity rings. Unusual alternating princess cut and round brilliant cut diamond half eternity ring in platinum, an 18ct yellow gold half eternity ring set with marquise diamonds and an unusual baguette diamond full eternity ring and a ruby eternity ring set with a clients own recycled jewellery. These unusual engagements rings have all been individually designed. The first ring has a revolving centre band set with baguette diamonds. A fun emerald half eternity ring in platinum redesigned from a clients old but treasured ring. “scatter” eternity rings. An eternity ring can also be made to fit around an existing shaped ring like the ring pictured on the end which was made to fit an engagement ring. A traditional pave set 2ct diamond eternity ring with an elegant 2ct diamond and platinum claw set eternity ring with a flush set diamond eternity band. Unusual scalloped edge eternity rings pictured in two carat and one carat diamond handmade in platinum and a channel set full eternity ring. Order your unusual eternity ring today and have it handmade and delivered in four weeks.