The proposal is years in the past. You’ve said your vows and even exchanged rings. All of these moments in your journey with your partner have served as a symbol of your love and the promise you made to each other. But what if you want to recreate that symbol today? One of the ways couples have chosen to commemorate the milestones in their marriage is by creating anniversary rings.
With anniversary rings, you can simply buy a new ring to be stacked alongside your wedding and engagement rings, or you can redesigning your current rings and transform them into something new. In fact, Snow’s Jewelry provides just such a service. We refer to it as an anniversary remount and have a brochure to help spur your own creativity.
Any of the diamonds, gems and metals in your rings can be re-made into the ring setting you’ve always dreamed of. By re-setting a diamond for you and one for your spouse, you can create a very special vow renewal ceremony for your next milestone anniversary. The new trends in wedding bands and engagement ring settings will impress you with their timeless elegance, and remounted diamonds and gems will bring you a lifetime of pleasure. You just have to find the setting style that will take your breath away. Here are some ideas for settings you might like for your anniversary remount.
The bar setting has your diamonds lined along the band and held tightly in place with metal bars between them. This setting is great for an eternity ring, where the gems are set around the entire band.
This setting has the stone clasped between the open ends of the band. While it may look precarious, it really is secure. It’s also a truly stunning design.
The bezel setting is quite popular and probably one of the most secure. Choose it for a solitaire or gather several stones in a beautiful cluster.
French for “paved,” this setting embeds your diamonds within in the band, perhaps alongside a solitaire. You add a lot of sparkle when you choose to remount your ring this way, but the spotlight will still shine brightest on the center stone.
A timeless style, one that will never look dated, is the halo. As the name implies, you surround a large gem with at least one ring of smaller stones, but you are by no means limited to one angelic halo.
These are just a few suggestions for anniversary remounts. At Snow’s Jewelers, we can mount your jewels in an existing design or help you create a custom ring mount that no one else will ever duplicate! Contact us or come on in today.