“Just to tell her you still feel the same- only more so! It’s been 6 or 7 years since you started building a life together. There have been rough times and good times … always busy times. Why not remind her now that she’s still the best thing that ever happened to you?
A … eternity ring could carry your message to her beautifully. On her birthday or an anniversary. Or to turn just any old ordinary day into something very special.” – The Financial Post 10th December 1977 The quote above was taken from the Financial Post over 34 years ago and goes to show that platinum eternity rings are a popular as ever. This tradition is possibly as old as the giving of wedding rings. Yet there is considerable debate concerning the appropriate time to present a platinum eternity ring.
Here at the Platinum Ring Company, we agree with the sentiment that eternity rings should be given at the time that suits you. One traditional suggestion is to present a ring on the birth of your first child.
However, as many new parents will agree, this period of time is often fraught with a degree of tightening the purse strings. While we have a range of platinum eternity rings for all price brackets, it may be prudent to wait for a less economically challenging period of your relationship.
This may not seem the most romantic notion, but waiting could make the difference between receiving the ring that you really want and settling for second choice. As the quote above suggests, giving an eternity ring is about the symbolism of your relationship and can be given at any point in order to “turn any old day into something very special.”
At the Platinum Ring Company, we appreciate how much the gesture of giving an eternity ring is. As such we offer a beautiful selection including diamond platinum eternity rings. Platinum eternity rings for women are often seen as the only option.
However, we believe that men should receive rings as well. A relationship is made of two people equally, therefore why should a man receive a token of love in the form of a platinum eternity ring.