Illustrated Guide

From simple bands to sparkling statement pieces, rings are timeless accessories that never go out of style. But, did you know that there's more to these jewelry staples than meets the eye? With so many types of rings, each with its own unique features and design elements, it's easy to get lost in the world of rings.

Here are various types of rings, along with ways to distinguish them and understand their significance.

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An anniversary band is a ring gifted by a spouse to celebrate their wedding anniversary, often featuring diamonds set in channels or three prongs to symbolize the past, present, and future.

Anniversary Bands

Birthstone rings hold a stone or stones to represent the wearer's or family's birth months. They serve as personalized jewelry and a reminder of family members. With twelve stones available, one for each month, these rings are crafted from metal.

Birthstone Rings

A bridal set consists of the engagement ring and wedding band worn by the bride to signify her marriage. It can be a simple solitaire engagement ring with a plain metal band or an extravagant one with many stones.

Bridal Set

The Claddagh ring has a rich history from medieval Ireland, serving as an engagement or wedding ring. It symbolizes love, loyalty, and friendship with the heart, crown, and hands representing each. They can come in plain metal or adorned with jewels.

Claddagh Rings

A cluster ring has a primary stone in the center, usually a diamond, encircled by smaller versions of the same stone. While colored stones like emerald and ruby were used in the past, diamonds have become popular in modern cluster ring designs.

Cluster Rings

Cocktail rings, named after the Prohibition Era, symbolize wealth and power. They're not for everyday wear but rather for special events and elaborate dresses, and are typically worn on the right hand.

Cocktail Rings

An engagement ring is a ring that indicates the wearer is engaged to be married. It represents the agreement between the couple. It's customarily worn on the left ring finger.

Engagement Rings

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