Some believe that the oldest recorded exchange of wedding rings comes from ancient Egypt, when rushes and reeds were twisted and braided into rings. The circle was considered a symbol of eternity, a shape with no beginning or end. The space in the center of the ring also had significance. It was seen as a gateway, or door, leading to the future. To give a woman a ring signified never-ending love.
We've taken this age-old tradition and given it a modern-day edge with 1¾ carats of sparkling, lab-created DiamondAura® rounds set inside a band of tarnish-free, rose-gold finish .925 sterling silver. Our signature stones are beautifully showcased in a double channel setting. Your love may be forever, but at this price, our Eternity Ring won't last long.