Prince Harry gave Meghan Markle an eternity ring as an anniversary gift and it has been quit a buzz. The Duchess of Sussex was sighted for the first time, since giving birth to their first child Archie, at Trooping the Colour and all eyes were on her ring finger. The Duchess was wearing a delicate pave-set band alongside her engagement and wedding rings.
Eternity rings are traditionally gifted following a milestone event, like the birth of a child or a wedding anniversary, and are typically covered in diamonds in an infinite loop around the band. Meghan isn’t the first royal to sport such a ring — Prince William gave Kate an eternity ring after the birth of their first child, Prince George.
There is just something classic and timeless about the full eternity ring: its simplicity is a true trait of fine luxury. When you pair it against a full metal wedding band-the ring set feels complete.
As a fine jeweler, I always have the chance to have detailed conversations with clients on the style of eternity bands that will compliment their engagement and wedding band suite. Gemstone shapes, gemstone colors and metal colors are all part of the conversation.
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