Wedding Bands

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  1. Duo-tone Platinum
    Duo-tone Platinum
  2. Double Carbon Fiber with Black Diamonds
    Double Carbon Fiber with Black Diamonds
  3. Sloped Carbon Fiber
    Sloped Carbon Fiber
  4. Carbon Fiber with Step Edge
    Carbon Fiber with Step Edge
  5. Wide Carbon Fiber Band
    Wide Carbon Fiber Band
  6. Scalloped Diamond Stackable
    Scalloped Diamond Stackable
  7. ITO
  8. Twisted
  9. Inlaid Diamond Band
    Inlaid Diamond Band
  10. Duo Tone Diamond
    Duo Tone Diamond
  11. Inlaid Seven Stone
    Inlaid Seven Stone
  12. Notched Ceramic + Diamond
    Notched Ceramic + Diamond
  13. Concaved Ceramic + Diamond
    Concaved Ceramic + Diamond
  14. Wavy Ceramic + Diamond
    Wavy Ceramic + Diamond
  15. Defender
  16. Thin Blue Line
    Thin Blue Line
  17. Dueling Metals
    Dueling Metals
  18. Dueling Metals
    Dueling Metals
  19. Serrated
  20. Carbon Fiber Honeycomb
    Carbon Fiber Honeycomb
  21. Rugged
  22. Rugged
  23. Georgia Wedding Band
    Georgia Wedding Band
  24. Lonny Wedding Band
    Lonny Wedding Band

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Wedding and Anniversary Bands

The wedding band is one of most recognizable symbols of the union of two people in marriage. Its history reaches back to fertile flood plains of the Nile River in North Africa. The Egyptians considered the Nile the source of all life, and from the reeds and rushes that grew along its banks, they fashioned the first wedding rings. The ring’s circle symbolized eternity with no beginning and no end. The hole in the center represented a doorway leading to an unknown but shared future - faced together with love. The Egyptians wore the ring on the third finger of the left hand, like today. They believed a physical and spiritual link existed between that finger and the heart.

Centuries later wedding and anniversary rings still contain the power and emotion of these ancient symbols and the hope and dreams they communicate. Today’s wedding rings are no longer just the traditional band of gold. They vary in both design and materials, all the better to express the individual emotions of love for each bride and groom. There are no hard and fast rules.

There are classic band designs with polished, satin and brushed finishes, flat, round and patterned, and set with diamonds or other precious stones with design names like milgrain, half-moon, the nightingale or open basket. They’re available in gold, silver and platinum or blends. You can choose diamond eternity wedding bands in designs like our sapphire and diamond bezel, the marquise and round band, scattered diamond bands, bead-set eternity bands, micro pave band, precision single-prong eternity bands, precision-diamond eternity bands, open gallery 5 stone diamond rings and bands, half-eternity bezel bands, seven-stone shared prong diamond bands, seven stone bar set diamond bands, and classic 5 stone u-prong diamond ring settings and bands.

Whatever your tastes, moods, and preferences, you can find exactly the wedding ring or ring set that says to your loved one, “my love has no beginning, my love has no end, I want a future together guided by the strength and certainty of our love.”

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