As a designer, I saw the baguette cut diamonds as the perfect stone to use; it just symbolizes love and commitment.
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) August 03, 2015
On June 26, 2015, The U.S. Supreme Court ruled that same-sex couples have a constitutional right to get married nationwide. The landmark decision was met joyously throughout the nation, as bans on gay unions were swept away with a transformation on the meaning of marriage.
Rhonda Faber Green, the Designer and President of Rhonda Faber Green Designs, wanting to show her support for the LGBT community, has designed the “Equality Collection.” The collection is an elegant line of wedding rings inspired by the equality sign with beautiful baguette cut diamonds. The collection of wedding bands consists of 18K white gold, yellow gold, rose gold and sterling silver rings. Believing that everyone has the right to love whomever they want and to live with the person they choose, she created Equalitybands.com.
“The equality sign means so many things. Not only can you choose the person you wish to be with. Equality to me means everybody now has the freedom to love who they want, to be committed to who they want and to be who they want to be. As a designer, I saw the baguette cut diamonds as the perfect stone to use; it just symbolizes love and commitment.” – Rhonda Faber Green.
Each ring is hand-made in Los Angeles, California and designed using the equality sign with beautiful baguette cut diamonds.
About Rhonda Faber Green Designs:
Award-winning designer Rhonda Faber Green has been designing for over 25 years and creates unique and delicate jewelry that feature 18k white gold, yellow gold, rose gold and platinum. Her copy-righted hearts, fleur de lis and “flippable” pave “Diamondot” necklaces are signature pieces from the Filigreen™ and Diamondot™ Collections.
Rhonda Faber Green designs are coveted by today’s hottest celebrities from film, music and television and seen on the pages of leading international and national bridal, lifestyle and fashion publications. To learn more about her new collection, visit http://www.equalitybands.com or her main site http://www.RhondaFaberGreen.com.