Perfect Diamond Wedding Bands
Wedding bands symbolize the commitment that exists between two people who have chosen to spend their lives together. The circular shape of the band itself serves more than a practical function – it signifies that there is no beginning or end to the love shared by the married couple. And just as every marriage is unique, wedding bands are designed to be a one-of-a-kind expression of one spouse’s love for the other. With this in mind, it is easy to see why choosing the right wedding band is so important. The Gold & Diamond Source offers a nearly endless variety of bands. We are here to help you learn about the different options available, and to choose the band that expresses your love perfectly.
Choose a Band Style that Speaks to You
Sometimes the simplicity of a plain gold band can say volumes about true love, and matching plain bands can be a great choice for some couples. On the other hand, you may want to consider the striking appearance of an eternity wedding band. Eternity bands feature a line of diamonds, all the same size and cut, running in a complete circle around the length of the ring. The Gold & Diamond Source also offers a large selection of V-shaped, curved, rope, and other band styles, including matching bands designed to seamlessly fit up against and complement the engagement ring you already own. Finally, make sure to take a look at our gorgeous line of five-stone diamond rings.
A Variety of Settings to Display your Diamonds
Diamonds are a universal symbol for everlasting commitment, but not all diamond settings are the same. In fact, the way in which diamonds are set in a wedding band is extremely important. It greatly affects the appearance of the stones and how they react to light, and it affects how the ring will function in the conditions of daily life. For example, a prong setting holds diamonds so the edges are still visible, exposing much more of each stone. This is a wonderful way to view the beauty of a diamond, but it may not be the best choice for women who use their hands around objects that can snag on the diamond. A channel setting, which holds diamonds in a groove, will offer better protection. We also offer many pave wedding bands. Pave settings cluster diamonds together, giving the appearance of a “sea of diamonds” and showcasing the natural sparkle of the gems.
Diamond Cuts, Precious Metals, and Decorative Accents
In general terms, the cut of a diamond refers to the way it is shaped and polished before it is set into the wedding band. Diamonds are cut in a variety of ways, and like the other characteristics of a ring, you will want to choose a band with diamonds cut in a way that is pleasing and meaningful. The Gold & Diamond Source offers bands in many shapes, including brilliant (round), baguette (rectangular), princess (square), marquise (2-pointed), and others. When it comes to metals, our most popular wedding bands feature white gold or platinum, and we offer yellow gold, palladium, 2-tone and other options as well. As you peruse our inventory, you will also notice bands with small touches such as milgrain edges, etching, and other unique features.