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Diamond Ring Settings

The setting of a diamond ring refers to the way in which the diamond is placed or mounted onto the ring’s band. There are many different types of diamond ring settings, each with its own unique style and function. The setting of a diamond ring can have a significant impact on the overall look and feel of the ring, as well as the diamond’s security and durability.

Some of the most common types of diamond settings include:

Prong Setting

This is one of the most popular and classic diamond settings. Prongs are small metal claws that hold the diamond in place, allowing it to catch and reflect light from all angles. Prong settings are available in different styles, including four-prong and six-prong settings, and can be customized to suit different diamond shapes and sizes.

Bezel Setting

In a bezel setting, the diamond is surrounded by a metal rim or collar that holds it in place. This type of setting provides a secure and protective enclosure for the diamond, and can also give it a modern and sleek look.
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Channel Setting

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In a channel setting, small diamonds are set into a groove or channel in the ring's band. The diamonds are held in place by the metal walls of the channel, creating a continuous line of sparkling gems.

Pavé Setting

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In a pavé setting, small diamonds are set closely together, covering the surface of the ring's band. The diamonds are held in place by tiny metal beads or prongs, creating a glittering and seamless surface.

Tension Setting

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In a tension setting, the diamond is held in place by the pressure of the ring's band, which is designed to "squeeze" the diamond securely in place. This type of setting gives the illusion that the diamond is suspended in mid-air, and can create a modern and minimalist look.
The type of diamond setting that is best for a particular ring will depend on a variety of factors, including the diamond's shape and size, the ring's style and design, and the wearer's personal taste and lifestyle. By understanding the different types of diamond settings and their unique features and benefits, it's possible to choose a ring that is not only beautiful, but also secure and durable enough to withstand everyday wear and tear.
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