At Samuelson’s Diamonds, diamond wedding bands are one of our specialties. We have plenty of options to choose from but shared prong bands are one of our favorites. The shared prong style means less metal is seen which allows for more diamond visibility. This design also allows the optimum amount of light to enter from every angle for the maximum sparkle and brilliance.
Five stone – This classic style has a nice delicate presentation and generally range in total weight from .50cts to 1.00cts.
Seven stone – This wider shared prong wedding band allows for a bolder look and accommodates a little extra carat weight without looking overdone.
Eternity – A shared prong eternity band, also called an anniversary band, is brilliant in every way and at every turn and angle. With diamonds all the way around, these bands make a real statement at 3.00cts or more.
Whatever your taste or preference, Samuelson’s has a band just right for you!
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