Serendipity Diamonds’ range of Wedding rings is utterly staggering

No longer is the choice of wedding bands simply gold or silver. These days you can choose from a wide range of metals, shapes, patterns and even have your wedding rings engraved with fingerprints, heart beats or inlaid with exotic, ethically sourced, sustainable woods.


Despite how glorious they might look, and how much we spend on them, a wedding dress and wedding cake really only last just for the day we get married.

There is no doubt however, that wedding rings last for a lifetime, so it makes sense to spend time carefully choosing the ring that will be with you every day for the rest of your life.

Extraordinary variety
Gone are the days of simply having to decide whether you’d have either gold or silver for your wedding band.

The range and variety of wedding rings you can find at Serendipity Diamonds in Ryde is extraordinary.

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Engraved wedding rings from Serendipity Diamonds

Pop into their lower High Street showroom and the experienced and friendly team can talk you through the options, including titanium, platinum, palladium, wood inlaid or patterned rings, as well as rings set with stunning diamonds, personalised with fingerprints or heartbeats, engraved or classic court rings.

Try something different
In their constant quest to provide something different for their clients, Serendipity have designed these beautifully-crafted wood inlaid Titanium wedding rings.

The choice of natural woods, precision engineered to order, are inlaid in Titanium, offering great protection and durability.

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Wood inlaid wedding bands from Serendipity Diamonds

Choose from several wood types including Chakte Kok, African Ebony, Bocote, Ziricote and Cocobolo, all responsibly sourced from sustainable wood. As well as the exotic woods Serendipity also offer the traditional English Oak wedding ring, which features a contrasting matt-finish wood.

See the full range of wood inlaid wedding rings on the Serendipity Website.

Wedding bands named after Isle of Wight places
If you’re looking for the classic wedding band, Serendipity have a large range of shapes and sizes to choose from.

Not only that but they have used Isle of Wight place names for their range of plain Wedding Bands, so depending on your choice of ring, you could be wearing a Tennyson, Alverstone, Brighstone or Mottistone.

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Pair of wedding rings from Serendipity Diamonds

As well as the range of traditional court wedding rings, you can choose from flat, d-shape, bevelled, concave, rounded, all in a variety of weights and finishes.

Choose between platinum, 18ct gold in white, yellow and rose options or for 100% ethical assurances why not seize the opportunity for a richly-meaningful Fairtrade gold wedding band.

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Traditional court wedding rings at Serendipity Diamonds

See the full range of unisex Wedding rings on the Serendipity Website.

Unusual wedding rings
If any of the above options don’t catch you interest, why not have a look through the full range of unusual wedding rings on the Serendipity Website.

There you’ll find rings engraved with Celtic knots, paisley pattern and even your wedding vows.

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Multi-colour and inlaid wedding bands from Serendipity Diamonds

If Gold or Silver is not your thing, perhaps coloured Zirconium would be better suited to your style. These also come in a range of colours and styles.

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Black Zirconium wedding ring from Serendipity Diamonds

Some people spend more money on a mobile phone tat only lasts two-three years. Your wedding ring will be with you for life, and the team at Serendipity Diamonds can provide all the support and advice you need to make the right decision.

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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Tuesday, 19th March, 2019 6:58pm



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