Choosing an Engagement Ring

Common Settings

Sholdt Item 31ZZ1
Classic Diamond Solitaire Setting: The solitaire is the most classic engagement ring setting. It has a prong setting that ensures your diamond is visible from all sides, catching the most light.

Michael Bondanza Item 50DD1
Cathedral Setting: In a cathedral setting, a prong-set diamond lies flush with the setting, protecting the diamond. The open sides allow light to enter for brilliance. This is a more substantial setting.

Scott Kay Item 55U1
Prong-Set Side Stone Setting: Also called a three-stone ring, this style is more brilliant with diamond side stones. The prong-set side stones receive light from all angles to reflect light.

Gumuchian Fils Item 17J1
Contour Setting: The contour setting is an updated twist on the classic solitaire style. The prong setting lifts the diamond off the ring and allows it to catch and reflect light.

Whitney Boin Item 50V1
Bezel Setting: The diamond is surrounded by a band of precious metal, protecting it, and keeping it very secure.

Steven Kretchmer Item 05O1
Tension Setting: The diamond is held in place by thousands of pounds of pressure and appears to hover in space. This allows light from all angles and is a very unique choice.

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