The history of the eternity ring stretches back into ancient Egypt about 4,000 years ago. Traditionally they are given on the first anniversary of the wedding day or the birth of a first child. Eternity rings have always had a close connection to wedding rings. It is often worn on the same finger as the engagement and wedding ring - the third finger of the left hand. Ancient Egyptians believed that this finger contained the vena amoris (the vein of love), that runs directly to the heart.
But there are no fixed rules about which finger it should be worn on and there are other factors which come into consideration such as the style of the ring in relation to your wedding and engagement rings. The choice is entirely yours.
Our Eternity Rings carefully interweave rose gold to create a warm and loving hue to the metal.
Carefully inscribed on the inside of each diamond eternity ring are the words Am Byth, which means forever in Welsh. This gives them a unique Welsh character which is heightened by the fact that each ring contains a touch of rare Welsh gold mined from Snowdonia.