WOW Factor Diamond Eternity Rings – Which Would You Choose?

6 Diamond Eternity Rings with the  Wow Factor!

Wow factor diamond eternity rings, designs from the Raphael Collection
6 diamond eternity ring designs. Which would you choose?

Heavily laden with diamonds

Today’s diamond eternity rings appear in contrast to yesterday’s post which was an in-depth look into diamond clarity. We wanted to show you some bling today. A little fun. A showcase of some amazing diamond eternity rings. The 6 rings are wider bands. Not your typically fine, slender diamond eternity rings. They are all diamond encrusted with beautifully cut diamonds.

Which eternity ring would you choose?

For clarity, we have numbered each design. We have also added a few notes below. A description of each style is numbered 1 through to 6. Take a few moments and tell us in our comments which you would choose and why?

1. Micro Pavé Set Half Diamond Set Eternity Ring HET1276

The overall effect of the micro-pavé setting really is quite beautiful. Each diamond literally paves the upper surface of the ring. The half set design exposes the polished metal of the lower section This contrasts beautifully with the textured diamond surface. The width of this design is 8.4mm with a total of 1ct of round brilliant cut diamonds.

2. Channel & Bezel Set Full Eternity FET1333

The full channel setting of this unusual design lies between two rows of diamonds. The band is wide, with the effect of three narrower bands. Princess cuts flow around the central channel. Edges are rounded owing to the bezel settings. The total carat weight of this design is 3.00cts.

3. Wide Micro Pavé Fully Set Diamond Eternity Ring FET1658

This design is simply decadent. 5 rows of round brilliant cut diamonds. 8.75mm wide with a staggering 4cts of diamonds. Each diamond is held within a micro-square claw with a perfect finish.

4. Claw & Channel Set Full Diamond Eternity Ring FET1358

The beauty of this design lies with the elegant contrast of claw and channel setting. The central channel of larger round diamonds works beautifully against the smaller stones. The width of the ring is 7mm. This is quite simply a beautiful eternity ring. It has been styled with modern, precision setting techniques, yet retains vintage flavour. The ring holds 2.5cts of diamonds.

5. Elegant Channel and Micro-Claw Set Ring FET1291

A slightly narrower width, FET1291 is 5.3mm in width, set with 2.8cts of diamonds. Two sizes of round brilliant cut diamond produce a contrasting design. Edges appear almost as diamond lace, giving a beautiful vintage feel in a modern masterpiece. One of the most elegant diamond eternity rings available to date.

6. Bar Set Full Diamond Eternity Ring FET1358

The bar settings of this design beautifully balance with the square outer edge of the ring. 7.6mm is the overall width. Another design achieving 3.00cts in total carat weight, with Princess, cut diamonds.

At Serendipity Diamonds we offer a full range of diamond eternity rings, including the above designs. For these styles, prices are on application. Don’t forget to comment below on your favourite design from the above choice we cherry-picked from designs with the real wow factor.

Contact us for prices and further details for the above designs.

Mark Johnson

About Mark Johnson

Mark attended Liverpool University and went on to pursue a career in the diamond industry. After more than a decade working in polished diamonds, Mark moved to the Isle of Wight where he launched Serendipity Diamonds. He works most days from their busy Ryde showroom, photographing jewellery and writing for the Serendipity Diamonds website. Anyone interested can connect with Mark on Linkedin via the profile link.

Mark Johnson

About Mark Johnson

Mark attended Liverpool University and went on to pursue a career in the diamond industry. After more than a decade working in polished diamonds, Mark moved to the Isle of Wight where he launched Serendipity Diamonds. He works most days from their busy Ryde showroom, photographing jewellery and writing for the Serendipity Diamonds website. Anyone interested can connect with Mark on Linkedin via the profile link.