Women's Wedding Bands
Characteristics of Women's Wedding BandsWomen’s wedding bands are one of the oldest forms of jewelry in existence. Starting with the Ancient Egyptians crafting bands from twisted reeds and continuing to the Romans crafting rings out of iron, women have been receiving gold rings since the Middle Ages. This precious trend has become more elaborate in the centuries since, with diamonds, elaborate designs, and even colored gemstones being added to their design. It’s a relatively contemporary trend for women to give their grooms wedding bands, but even nowadays, it’s more familiar for men’s wedding bands to mirror their bride’s. Here at Diamonds on Wabash, our selection of women’s wedding bands are second to none.
Popular Women's Wedding Band Collections at Diamonds on WabashAt Diamonds on Wabash, our women’s wedding bands are only sourced from atelier designers whose names are synonymous with top-shelf quality and artistry. For example, many of the wedding bands from Simon G. are made with wildly elegant pairings of different tones of gold, with colored diamonds added to them that match those tones. The Delicate and Nocturnal Sophistication collections, crafted from luxurious 18k rose, white, and yellow gold, include breathtaking features like the ultra-modern invisible-set diamonds. Alternatively, for a demure form of beauty, the Benchmark Diamonds collection features bands with burnished, elegant diamonds floating like clouds along the face of the pieces.
The woman who adores seeing the textures that can be worked into gold will find a lot to love in the CrownRing Rope collection. Named for the twisted ropes of 18k rose, white, and yellow gold that decorate these bands, CrownRing is also known for the patterns they etch onto the surface of their jewelry. In the case of the Rope collection, you can find the incomparable cool of brushed gold. Or if you just want your women’s wedding band chock full of diamonds, the Coast Diamond collections of women’s bands revel in alternating prong- and pave-set diamonds to create an effect like a ribbon of light twined around a woman’s finger.