The majority of items can be re-sized free of charge.
Eternity rings are a symbol of everlasting love, represented in the shape of an endless circle. The intended purpose, whether it is to signify love, joy, friendship, an achievement or a memory, is held within the never-ending band. These rings are often given as gifts to commemorate special occasions or anniversaries.
Our specialist selection of antique and vintage rings includes an ever-changing choice of interesting and unusual vintage eternity rings. Our antique and vintage eternity bands date as far back as the 1770s, and through to the fabulous 1940s and on to the striking 1970s. They include yellow gold, platinum and white gold rings, and some examples with mixed metals. You will find colourful pieces, set with natural unenhanced gemstones such as ruby, sapphire and emerald, and others with bright diamonds. Whether it is to go alongside an existing ring or to make a statement all on its own, we have options available for all tastes.
Our vintage eternity bands have a range of different settings, from claw and intricate grain settings, to seamless channel and gypsy settings. Some examples have fancy shaped collets such as boxes, hearts, twists and marquise shapes. The cut of diamonds and gemstones vary from old cut and old single cut, to baguette cut, step cut, calibré cut and French cut stones. Berganza also has a wide collection of vintage signed eternity rings made by Oscar Heyman Brothers, Cartier and Tiffany & Co., all of which are set with the very best materials and demonstrate expert workmanship.
Vintage eternity rings are perfect for everyday wear and can add some welcome sparkle or a dash of colour to your finger.
Diamond full eternity ring. Set with twenty one round transitional cut diamonds in open back grain settings with a combined approximate weight of 1.68 carats, to a smoothly conforming full eternity band featuring millegrain edging, an intricately engraved gallery and open backholing, approximately 3.5 mm in width. Tested platinum, circa 1950.