There are many wedding rings for women, including diamond rings. Diamonds are famous for wedding rings because they are beautiful and durable. However, many other options are available if you want something unique or more affordable.

Shared Prong Diamond Rings

The diamonds in this style are set without a metal border, allowing for optimum light reflection and glitter. As a result, diamond brilliance is the only thing visible in prong-set diamond rings.

Scalloped Pavé Diamond Rings

Scalloped pavé diamonds are attractive to a lot of women. This design has scalloped cutouts on the sides of the band, which reduce the amount of exposed precious metal and give the impression of pure shimmer.

French Pavé Diamond Rings

This particular method of setting accent diamonds is called "French pavé." This style is unique because it allows more light to reach the diamonds from the sides, enhancing their sparkle. To achieve the stunning sparkle, the ring band is channel-shaped in a small U or V shape underneath each diamond (referred to as a "fishtail"), exposing its sides.

Plain Wedding Bands

The timeless and classic wedding rings shown here, which have no decorations, are made of 14-karat yellow and white gold.

Eternity Rings

An eternity band, worn with an engagement ring or on its own, encircles the finger with diamond gemstones. One thing to consider is the encircled diamonds at the ring band, which makes it challenging to resize an eternity ring if your finger size changes down the road. However, we have a range of styles and shapes available, so you can pick what works best for you.

Jewelry Design Glossary

Several design features must be considered when selecting the perfect ring setting style. First, consider your most loved design elements and those that suit your style and personality. Then, learn about the options for your center gemstone setting, accent gemstone setting, band, and finishing details.