Eternity rings: Isle of Wight’s Serendipity Diamonds helps you express your love

Eternity Rings or Maternity Rings are the perfect way to express your everlasting love. Serendipity Diamonds on the Isle of Wight have a range of exceptional rings for every taste.


The giving of rings to convey eternal love dates back as far as the beginning of civilization, with archaeologists discovering rings made from bone, horn, strung beads and stone.

These days, designs for Eternity Rings – given to symbolise everlasting love – or a Maternity Ring – given on the birth of a child – are far more refined.

Close up of an Eternity Ring in box

Exceptional range at Serendipity
If you’re looking for an Eternity Ring or Maternity Ring with the wow factor, you really need to head to Serendipity Diamonds‘ showroom on Ryde’s High Street.

Mark Johnson’s friendly and experienced team can talk you through the staggering range of exceptional diamond eternity rings.

Selection of Eternity Rings from Serendipity Diamonds

Whether you’re searching for the traditional continuous band of diamonds, or looking for something more unique and modern, Serendipity’s comprehensive collection is sure to have something that catches your eye – and that of your loved one.

Full Flat Eternity Ring

Full Eternity Rings
The type of Eternity Ring you choose to present to your loved one – be that for their birthday, an special anniversary or the birth of a child – is likely to be guided by their personality and style.

In a range of cuts and styles, all full Eternity Rings from Serendipity Diamonds are precision set with natural diamonds.

Selection of Eternity Rings from Serendipity Diamonds

Each Eternity Ring features a continuous band of natural polished diamonds, beautifully faceted and styled into an assortment of diamond shapes, widths and precious metal types.

Channel set Full Eternity Diamond and rose gold ring

You can find more details and see all the Full Eternity Ring styles, cuts and sizes on the Serendipity Website.

Something more delicate
If your loved one has small or slimmer hands, you might want to consider looking at one of the Thin Eternity Rings that Serendipity Diamonds has to offer.

This selection of slim, fine and thin diamond Eternity Rings, precision-crafted and set with diamonds do not fall short on delivering the wow factor.

Thin Eternity Ring with diamonds in platinum

They are available in many styles, across a wide range of precious metals and stones.

Follow the link to the Serendipity Website for more details, or pop into the showroom to see in person.

Endless designs to choose from
The range of styles to choose from at Serendipity Diamonds is virtually endless and as you would expect when investing in something as precious as diamonds, Serendipity work to extremely high standards.

As well as being able to provide reputable diamond-grading certification they have professional membership of prestigious organisations, including The Gemmological Association of Great Britain and The National Association of Jewellers.

Eternity Ring with set Rubies

As with all Serendipity Diamonds jewellery, your ring arrives elegantly boxed and beautifully presented in readiness for the perfect moment.

So what are you waiting for? If you have something special to celebrate this year, a birthday or anniversary of note, the birth of a child, or just a desire to express your love through an Eternity Ring, support an Isle of Wight business and speak to Serendipity Diamonds.

Finding Serendipity Diamonds
186 High Street
Isle of Wight
PO33 2PN
Phone: (01983) 567 283
Website: Serendipity Diamonds

Serendipity Diamonds in Ryde High Street

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Wednesday, 17th April, 2019 5:31pm



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