A lot of focus is given to the main stone in a diamond engagement ring. We worry about the color, the cut, the clarity, the carat-weight, and any other C we can think of. But while a beautiful main stone can be a major factor in the beauty of a ring, the setting can be every bit as important. Here are a few common setting types, and what they can do for the overall look of your ring.
- Prong Set Engagement Rings. This is probably the most common style of setting, where the main stone is held in place by narrow metal arms. The prong setting securely holds a main stone while allowing light to enter from the sides and even the bottom, to give your main stone some extra sparkl