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The most stunning ring settings at a glance

Couple Rings Set: a myriad of wonderful variations

There are a myriad of settings for rings that can be used to highlight the gemstones in rings. The setting can completely or partially protect the stone. It secures it and also protects it at the same while protecting it. There are a variety of ring settings you can pick from based on your personal preferences in design aesthetics, gemstone shape and design.



What are the different kinds of ring settings? Which one is the best for you?

Whether modern or classic whether square or round, the array of ring styles for wedding rings and other rings is immense. The ring style that suits your needs best will be determined by your personal style and preferences. The intended use of the ring – whether it's intended for everyday wear or for only special occasions - as well as its size, cut and the number of stones determine the best ring setting.

The prong setting is the most popular setting for a ring. It is perfect for a solitaire ring with an oval or round gemstone. The number of prongs to hold the stone is determined by the piece of jewelry and the level of security you want. For instance, there's the four-prong setting as well as the 6-prong setting.

Bezel setting for larger gems

A bezel setting is an exclusive kind of ring in which a stone is secured in a metal bezel. This setting technique was developed to protect the gemstone and enhance its beauty.

The bezel is made from a variety of precious metals like platinum, gold white gold, silver or platinum. It is made up of different precious metals, including gold, platinum white gold, silver.

Chaton setting: For round stones

Chaton setting, also known as a ring, is a kind of setting in which the gemstone is placed in an hemispherical frame of metal. This type of setting is typically used to reflect light from all angles.

Box setting and bezel settings: ideal for square stones

In a box setting, the gemstone is set in an open, flat metal box setting and then placed on the ring rail. The setting is square or rectangular in order to cover the edges of the gemstone in a precise manner. This type of setting is suitable for larger gemstones - especially square or rectangular stones like diamonds and emeralds with different cuts and shapes such as the princess cut.

The bezel setting is a further enhancement of the box-setting. It's open at the bottom, allowing for the lighting to be maximized. The gemstone will therefore have better brightness.

Jewel setting: set directly in the ring.

In the setting of the jewels the gemstones are set directly into the ring. The gemstones are placed in small depressions within the ring. This ensures an excellent hold. Smaller stones can be processed flawlessly by this.

Create the channel and pave

In the channel setting, only two walls of metal that are opposite can hold the gemstone. Gemstones that are adjacent to each other allow it to increase the strength of the hold. A alternative to the channel setting is the pave setting, where the small stones are held in place simply by touching other stones. This is commonly found in Halo ring settings.

Ring settings The most important things in brief

Find out the most important information about the ring settings.

What ring settings are there?

The most common setting for rings include the bezel setting, prong setting, pave setting channel setting, and chaton setting. Many of them are separated into different variations like the channel setting, of which the bar setting is a subtype.

What is the best setting for engagement or wedding rings?

A bezel setting or a prong setting are typically good options for engagement rings or wedding rings of any type, since they securely enclose the gemstone and prevent it from accidentally falling out.

What ringshape best showcases a particular stone?

Diamonds look their best in pave or prong settings which reveals the stone and lets it shine more. The chaton setting as well as the bezel setting can be used to elegantly accent colored gemstones like emeralds or sapphires.

The perfect ring setting for your dream ring

The vast array of ring settings can be found in a variety of settings that leave nothing to be desired. Settings such as the pave setting and bezel setting can also be paired very effectively to create a unique individual piece of jewelry. A combination of rings with different settings is also a great idea for ring stacking.

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