Top 12 different types of rings
From traditional mother's rings, signet rings, and '70s mood rings, well-established jewellery houses are creating unique rings for everyone who wishes to admire their hands all day long.
Stacking multiple rings on the same finger is a unique way to add style to your ring, making it more interesting.
Birthstone rings are assigned to broadcast your birth month. These rings are made of different gemstones and used as personalized jewellery.
This ring constitutes varieties of birthstone rings worn by mothers and grandmothers. Some pieces also have names engraved beside them.
These are big-styled coloured gemstone rings that symbolize the Prohibition Era's wealth and power. They are worn at special events when you choose to overdo your evening attire.
Signet rings were traditionally adorned by men of influence. They were associated with the status symbol of wealth and power. These rings can be customized in different ways and offer the flexibility of engraving initials, special symbols or even a family crest.
The Claddagh ring originated in Ireland, where it was used as a wedding ring during medieval times. There are three significant symbols in Claddagh's rings - A heart that signifies love, two hands symbolizing friendship, and a crown that stands for loyalty.
Nugget rings are traditional gold rings and adorned as men’s jewellery. These gold bands feature a rough rocky texture on the top, usually crafted in yellow gold and designed to look like a raw gold nugget.
Promise rings symbolize commitment in a relationship – the promise to remain loyal and faithful. They are used as pre-engagement rings.
Anniversary rings can be a gold, silver, diamond, or other gemstone band. These rings celebrate a milestone anniversary.
Cluster rings contain one primary stone in the centre of the ring surrounded by tiny pieces of other stones. These stones could be diamond, ruby, or emerald.
Also known as infinity bands, eternity bands are of precious metals with a steady line of identical-sized diamonds or gemstones that symbolize eternal love.
This type of ring dates back to the Elizabethan era and was initially known as joint rings. The band has 2-3 links that hook together to form a small circle.
Hope this helps you with your ring buying decisions. Now that you are aware of the different types of rings, you may easily choose the one that best suits your needs.
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