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  • ANTIQUE RING
  • A ring where diamonds or gemstones are set 1/3 or
    1/2 of the way around the perimeter of the band.
    The stones are usually set in a channel or a
    prong setting. The band itself can be uniform in
    width or it can be tapered. This type of ring is
    traditionally given on a wedding anniversary.
  • BAND
  • A ring that is uniform in width, with no obvious
    top. It may be engraved with letters or designs
    or set with diamonds or gemstones
  • BIRTHSTONE RING
  • A ring featuring precious or semi-precious
    gemstones that are associated with the specific
    month of a persons birth. A perfect way to make
    a ring more meaningful and personalized for its
    wearer
  • BRIDAL SET
  • A set of rings worn by a married woman on her
    left ring finger that includes an engagement ring
    and a wedding band. They are usually worn stacked
    together and complement each other in style

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Multiple diamonds or gemstones of various sizes
fashioned together in one setting, or a ring
containing a central, main gemstone with numerous
smaller stones accenting it. COCKTAIL RING
Also known as a cluster ring and a dinner ring,
it is a large, dramatic ring that rises
considerably off the finger. It originated in the
1930s, when it was worn to cocktail parties. It
is usually set with many large, colored imitation
gems and smaller faux diamonds, and is meant to
look lavish and overdone.
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CONTEMPORARY RING
  • CLADDAGH RING
  • A traditional Irish / Celtic ring design
    featuring two hands holding a crowned heart. The
    hands represent friendship, the heart represents
    love, and the crown represents loyalty. If worn
    on the right hand with the heart facing you, it
    means you have found your love and are in a
    relationship. Wearing the claddagh ring with the
    heart facing away from you symbolizes that you
    are single and looking for a relationship and
    wearing the claddagh ring on your left hand means
    that you have found your love are married. Many
    Irish women wear the claddagh ring as
    an engagement ring , wedding ring, or a symbol of
    their Irish heritage.
  • CLUSTER RING
  • Multiple diamonds or gemstones of various sizes
    fashioned together in one setting, or a ring
    containing a central, main gemstone with numerous
    smaller stones accenting it.
  • COCKTAIL RING
  • Also known as a cluster ring and a dinner ring,
    it is a large, dramatic ring that rises
    considerably off the finger. It originated in the
    1930s, when it was worn to cocktail parties. It
    is usually set with many large, colored imitation
    gems and smaller faux diamonds, and is meant to
    look lavish and overdone.
  • CONTEMPORARY RING
  • A ring featuring a design that is up-to-date with
    current styles in the industry. What makes a ring
    contemporary can be its cut, its setting, its
    design, or even the choice of materials its
    crafted from. For example, a ring with a princess
    (square) cut gemstone is a more contemporary cut
    than a classic round cut gemstone. A ring mounted
    in an illusion setting or a tension setting is a
    more contemporary choice than a classic prong
    style setting. Rings made from newer materials,
    such as palladium or titanium would also classify
    as contemporary rings, as opposed to jewelry
    fashioned out of traditional 18k yellow gold or
    silver. In terms of design, a contemporary ring
    may feature a clean, minimalist design over an
    ornate, flashy design characteristic of an
    earlier era.

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  • FLEXIBLE RING
  • A floppy, bendable ring made from links of metal.
  • nugget rings
  • Usually worn by men, these rings are designed to
    imitate and exaggerate the look of a raw chunk of
    precious metal, usually yellow gold. The metal
    constitutes a rough, rocky texture on the surface
    of a gold band, but sometimes a nugget ring may
    be set with gemstones. Nowadays, a more feminine,
    smaller version of a nugget ring is becoming more
    common among women. Couples from Alaska and parts
    of Canada sometimes use nugget rings as
    engagement/wedding/anniversary rings, since the
    gold mining industry in that area is such a large
    part of their culture.
  • SIGNET RING
  • May also be called a seal ring. A ring engraved
    with letters or ones initials. It may also
    feature a specific design. A college ring is an
    example of a signet ring.

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