Ring Setting Styles & Features
Several small diamonds flanking a larger center stone.
Stones are sunk into holes to be flush with the ring’s surface
A metal bar separates each stone.
Adjacent diamonds share prongs.
A channel setting has two long tracks that hold a row of stones side-by-side.
A pave setting is where a central stone is surrounded by smaller gems that are set very close together.
Micro pave refers to small, closely set stones
A metal rim with edges fully or partially surrounds the perimeter of the stone.
3-6 Metal claws raise the profile to maximize the amount of light that reflects through your diamond