What is an eternity ring?
An eternity ring, is also called an infinity ring, is a ring most often worn by women – although men’s eternity rings are also becoming very popular. This is called a “full eternity ring”, which has diamonds that go all around the ring’s band in a continuous line. Eternity rings are usually given at special times in a relationship. A wedding day, an anniversary or the birth of a first child are perfect times to gift one of these rings to a beloved person. They can also mark big birthdays or be elaborate Valentine’s Day or Mother Day presents.
Russian lab diamonds are grown by a proprietary process that recreates the miracle of nature. Like mined diamonds, these grown diamonds are faceted and polished by highly skilled diamond cutters, then fashioned into elegant jewelry to be cherished for generations. .
Diamonds have long been among the greatest natural treasures unearthed by mankind. Their durability, beauty, and brilliance are evidence of the miracles produced by thousands of years of geological movements and processes. And yet the efforts required to bring these treasures forth from the earth have had a detrimental impact on our environment.
The spirit of sustainability is one in which mankind coexists harmoniously with our planet, never tipping the balance between that which we need to survive, and the renewable resources which we give back to the earth. Russian lab diamonds are produced using advanced technology which allows for the creation of these treasures without a negative environmental impact, which is something you can be proud to wear.
When you hold a grown diamond, you hold a beautiful, durable gem made possible by dedicated and brilliant scientists. What you do not hold is a product that has come from a once vibrant habitat, or which required the damaging excavation of open pit mining.
Each Diamond is grown in a controlled, safe, and pristine laboratory, guaranteed free of any conflict zones worldwide.
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