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Ring Anatomy of Engagement Rings


Prong Setting

#1 - Prong Setting
Employing four or six prongs to secure the center diamond is a very traditional form of diamond setting.

Bezel Setting

#2 - Bezel Setting
A smooth bezel requires the skills of a master jeweler and is a modern-looking alternative form of diamond setting.

Open Gallery

#3 - Open Gallery
A decorative open gallery adds a beautiful touch of detail to an engagement ring and can be customized easily.

Cathedral Setting

#4 - Cathedral Setting
The graceful arches of a cathedral setting support and frame the center diamond while providing added height.

Hand Engraving

#5 - Hand Engraving
Hand engraving is a manual process performed by a skilled jeweler and is usually done along the shank of the ring.

Hand Engraving

#6 - Hand Engraving
This example shows a different hand engraving design from #5. Different designs can be done on the shank of the ring.

Channel and Micro Pave Setting

#7 - Channel & Micro Pave Setting
Wider rings can accommodate multiple rows of diamonds. Here baguette diamonds and round diamonds set together.

Channel Setting

#8 - Channel Setting
Channel setting is a traditional style that offers a more secure setting compared to pave setting.

Milgrain

#9 - Milgrain
Milgrain refers to tiny beads that are created manually along the edges of a ring and offer an antique look.

No Milgrain

#10 - No Milgrain
Without milgraining, the edges of the ring remain smooth — creating a more modern look.

Pave Setting

#11 - Pave Setting
Pave or micro pave setting is very popular right now and features small diamonds set close together.

Pave Setting

#12 - Pave Setting
This is a very classic look for pave setting — the ring's shank looks literally paved with diamonds.

U Pave Setting

#13 - 'U' Pave Setting
'U' pave refers to the fact that little 'U' shapes can be seen along the edge of the ring.

Split Shank Setting

#14 - Split Shank
One way to create a wider ring but maintain a delicate look is by incorporate a split shank into the design.

Round Diamond with a Square Halo

#15 - Round Diamond with a Square Halo
Usually the halo form follows the shape of the center diamond, but a popular alternative is this look.

Halo with Truncated Corners

#16 - Halo with Truncated Corners
Another possible modification to the halo is truncating the corners for a more octogonal look.

Two Tone Engagement Ring

#17 - Two Tone
Two tone rings can be created with any combination of gold or platinum for a unique setting.

Double Halo Engagement Ring

#18 - Double Halo
A double halo consists two rows of diamonds perfectly framing the center diamond.



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Happy Customers

"I just wanted to say I have no words to express how happy I am with quality craftsmanship that was put in to the engraving of this ring! Thank you to all involved with a job well done!" - Trey M., 1/28/2016

Happy Customers

"I received the ring yesterday. It is absolutely perfect. It is exactly what I envisioned. She is going to flip when she gets it. I am sure we will be in touch soon to work on a wedding band. Thanks so much again for all of your help!" - Jarod P., 12/8/2015

Happy Customers

"Just received the ring and it looks fantastic! Fingers crossed my gf thinks the same :) Thank you again for all of your help." - Josh B., 1/29/2016

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