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Ring settings: Many wonderful variations

There are many ring settings that will show off the gemstone in rings. The setting can either completely or partially surround the stone. It protects and holds the stone in place at the same time. You can choose between different ring settings depending on your aesthetics, style preferences and gemstone shape.

Ring settings in different styles What are the most popular ones and which one will work for you?

Modern or traditional, round or square: the variety of ring settings for wedding rings and other rings is vast. Which setting you prefer best depends on your personal style and your own preferences. The ring's intended use - whether it's for everyday wear or for only special occasions – as well its size, cut and number of stones will influence the appropriate setting of the ring.

The prong setting is the most popular setting for rings. It is ideal for a solitaire band with an oval or round stone. The number of prongs used to hold the gemstone is determined by the piece of jewelry and the level of security desired. For instance, there's the setting with 4 prongs as well as the 6-prong setting.

Bezel setting for larger stones

A bezel setting refers to a type of ring setting where a gemstone is enclosed securely in a bezel of metal. This setting technique was developed to protect the gem and to highlight its beauty.

The bezel can be constructed from a variety of precious metals like platinum, gold, white gold or silver. Regardless of the metal, it offers a good balance between security and elegance because it holds the gem securely but also allows enough light to highlight its beauty.

Chaton setting: For round gems

Chaton settings are a type of ring setting that has the gemstone placed in a hemispherical setting. This type of setting is typically used for round stones to capture and reflect light from all sides.

Box setting and bezel settings: ideal for square stone

In a box setting the gemstone is first set in an open, flat metal box and then positioned on the rails of the ring. The setting is usually square or rectangular to cover the edges of the stone precisely. This kind of setting is suitable for larger stones, specifically square or rectangle stones like diamonds and emeralds of various shapes or cuts, such as the princess-cut.

Another enhancement to the box setting is the bezel setting. The bottom is open, allowing for optimal light transmission. The gemstone therefore develops a more radiant brightness.

Jewel setting: Set directly into the ring

In the jewel setting, the gemstones are set directly into the ring. The stones are set in small crannies within the ring. This provides an excellent hold. This is especially useful for smaller stones.

Set up the channel and pave

In the channel setting only two metal walls on opposite sides can hold the gemstone. The gemstones around it can be used to reinforce the hold. The pave setting is a variation of the channel setting. In this setting, the small stones are held in place by simply touching other stones. This is often found in halo rings.

Ring settings The most important aspects in a concise manner

Find the most important facts about ring settings here.

What are the different ring settings?

Bezel setting, prong settings, pave settings, channel settings, and chatons are just a few of the most popular kinds of ring settings. A lot of them are split into additional variations, such as the channel setting of which the bar setting is one subtype.

What is the best ring setting for wedding rings or engagement rings?

A bezel setting or a prong setting are typically good options for engagement rings or wedding rings made of any material as they securely enclose the gemstone and protect it from falling out.

Which ring settings showcase a stone the best?

Diamonds look the best when set in pave or prong settings which exposes the stone and lets it shine more. The chaton setting and the bezel setting can be used to gorgeously highlight colored gemstones like emeralds or sapphires.

The perfect setting for your dream ring

The variety of ring settings is limitless. Setting like pave and bezel can be combined to create an original piece of jewelry. Ring stacking is a great option when you pair rings with different settings.


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