Spotlight: Diamond Eternity Rings Settings Part II
Posted on May 21 2012
Which setting type you choose for your diamond eternity rings should be determined not only by your sense of style, but also by your lifestyle. In our two part series, we are exploring the difference between the various settings of diamond eternity wedding bands that deBebians has to offer. Each setting is beautiful it its own way and it is up to you to choose the perfect setting for you and your specific wants and desires.
Shared Prong Setting – In a shared prong setting, diamonds are held into place by two prongs on either side, which means the diamonds ‘share’ prongs the entire way around the ring. This design allows for maximum light to enter the diamond and also showcases more of the diamonds and less of the precious metal.
Single prong setting – In a single prong setting of a ring, each diamond is held by one prong on either side. This setting beautifully showcases the shape and size of each individual diamond.
Which diamond eternity rings setting is your favorite? If you have any additional questions, please do not hesitate to contact our GIA graduate gemologists for further assistance in finding the ideal ring for you or someone you love.