An eternity ring is a type of ring that symbolises eternal love and commitment. It is usually made of precious metal, such as gold or platinum, and is set with a continuous line of identically cut gemstones, usually diamonds. The stones are set around the entire circumference of the ring, symbolising the unending nature of the love and commitment represented by the ring. Eternity rings are often given as gifts by a spouse to their partner as a symbol of their enduring love and devotion.
A wedding ring, on the other hand, is a type of ring that symbolises the commitment of two people to each other in marriage. It is traditionally worn by both partners in a marriage and is usually made of precious metals such as gold or platinum. Wedding rings are typically simple bands with no gemstones or other ornamentation, and they are worn on the ring finger of the left hand.
While both eternity rings and wedding rings are symbols of commitment and love, they are traditionally given and worn for different purposes. Eternity rings are often given as a gift to celebrate a special occasion, such as an anniversary. In contrast, wedding rings are exchanged during the wedding ceremony to symbolise the couple's commitment to each other in marriage.