Diamond Settings

Diamond Settings

A beautiful diamond needs the perfect setting

We devote a huge amount of care and attention to ensuring that your diamond and setting match perfectly. The setting ensures your diamond will be showcased to its maximum beauty, so it’s important to understand the different diamond ring settings.

Claw

Claw Setting Claw Setting

This popular setting, which can be 4 claw or 6 claw, requires minimal metal and therefore has more space to allow light to pass through the diamond.

Bezel

Bezel Setting Bezel Setting

A very secure setting, a metal rim surrounds the entire diamond and creates the illusion of a larger diamond.

Channel

Channel Setting Channel Setting

The diamonds are nestled next to each other without any metal in between for a uniform flow of sparkle.

Pavé

Pave Setting Pave Setting

A pave setting used for small stones, the diamonds are held onto the surface by small beads of metal raised from the ring itself.

Gypsy

Gypsy Setting Gypsy Setting

The diamond is set into the metal of the ring and is flush with the surface for a well-protected setting.

Tension

Tension Setting Tension Setting

This setting relies on the pressure of the metal to hold the diamond in place, making it seem as if the stone is floating.

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