Diamond settings

Explore a variety of stunning diamond settings to find the perfect one for your dream engagement ring. Discover the latest trends and timeless classics that will enhance the beauty of your diamond.
At Brilliance.com, our master jewelers use a variety of expert setting techniques to set and secure diamonds and gemstones in fine jewelry. When executed with precision and skill, a specific setting style can enhance the beauty and transform the look of a jewelry piece. For example, the classic prong setting gives a diamond greater prominence while reducing the appearance of the metal, while the contemporary bezel setting creates the illusion of a larger diamond and adds a more dramatic effect. Summer Outfits, Personalized Items

At Brilliance.com, our master jewelers use a variety of expert setting techniques to set and secure diamonds and gemstones in fine jewelry. When executed with precision and skill, a specific setting style can enhance the beauty and transform the look of a jewelry piece. For example, the classic prong setting gives a diamond greater prominence while reducing the appearance of the metal, while the contemporary bezel setting creates the illusion of a larger diamond and adds a more dramatic…

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Never know what setting style to ask for when picking out a ring? We're here to help. Know what your asking for, so you get the ring you've always dreamed of. Single Stone Setting Styles The top row of the above image indicates 3 different kinds of prong settings. The first is the classic, basket setting. There are four (sometimes six or eight) prongs supported by a ring or two of metal for added support. The second is a peg head. These settings tend to stick up higher off the rest of th

Never know what setting style to ask for when picking out a ring? We're here to help. Know what your asking for, so you get the ring you've always dreamed of. Single Stone Setting Styles The top row of the above image indicates 3 different kinds of prong settings. The first is the classic, basket setting. There are four (sometimes six or eight) prongs supported by a ring or two of metal for added support. The second is a peg head. These settings tend to stick up higher off the rest of the…

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