Spotlight: Diamond Eternity Rings Settings Part I
Posted on May 17 2012
All of our types of diamond eternity rings are dynamic and absolutely gorgeous pieces of art. However, before choosing which type of setting is the best for you, you should consider your lifestyle as well as your personal design preference. Each setting has a different level or sturdiness and if you are planning on leading an active lifestyle while wearing your diamond eternity wedding bands, you will want to choose the best setting for you. We have made an easy-to-follow informational page on all of the different diamond eternity wedding bands settings that we offer on the deBebians website. For part one of this two part series, we are exploring the most secure settings for your diamond eternity rings.
Channel Setting – A channel setting is a very popular choice for an eternity ring. It is used frequently for wedding and anniversary bands. The diamonds are set next to each other suspended between two strips or bars of metal. This is one of the most secure settings, which is why it is such a popular choice.
Bar Setting – The bar setting is similar, but each individual diamond is set between two bars of metal. The bar setting is also quite secure and perfect for those that lead an active lifestyle.
Four Prong Setting – A four prong setting features four prongs that secure each individual diamond. This setting allows the light to bounce around the diamond for maximum sparkle.
If you would like further assistance in finding the perfect setting for you or a loved one, please do not hesitate to contact us at your convenience. We will be exploring more types of settings in the second part two of this spotlight, including shared prong settings, u shaped settings, and single prong settings. Stay tuned.