Why: You could start with the 3 carats of square- and brilliant-cut diamonds (107 in total), the perfectly pristine 18K white gold or the to-die-for design. No, it's not just a seemingly triple band ring; the center channel of 27 square-cut diamonds actually spins! As Piaget states, the two bands "form a perfect union yet turn freely around one another in perpetual motion." How romantic.
Why Not: I think the price tag on these babies speaks for itself. You can still get in on the bling, however, with this Emitations CZ look-alike that will only set you back $75. The Paulina Triple Row CZ Stackable Eternity Band Ring features genuine sterling silver, a row of round-cut cubic zirconia stones through the center channel, and smaller stones along the two outer channels. It's a lot of shine and sparkle in a similar style to that of the original given to Eva, but comes at a real person's price.
Who's desperate now?