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Setting The Stone: Taking A Look At 4 Popular Engagement Ring Settings

Did you know that there are more factors to consider in an engagement ring than just the diamond? Finding the perfect diamond is just the first step, the next thing you may want to consider is how the diamond sits. Hopefully, this blog will help you narrow down your choices and make ring shopping a little easier! 

Choosing bridal jewelry is an exciting time for a bride and groom. There are so many options available! Depending on taste and budget, the ideal bridal jewelry can be found. Here are four of the most popular ring settings that will help you make a perfect choice.                                   

  1. Prong Setting: A prong setting is designed to elevate the stone on display without any distractions, and show it off in its pure, naturally beautiful, state. To accomplish this, four or six metal prongs hold the diamond in place as it rests in the basket. This is one of the most popular settings for engagement rings.                                                            
  2. Channel Setting: A channel setting is extremely popular for both engagement rings and wedding rings alike. This dazzling design features a continuous row of diamonds positioned without any separation at all around the whole band or part of the band. The diamonds are burrowed in between the two bands of metal that make up the ring.        
  3. Bezel Setting: In a bezel setting, the diamond seems to be nestled into the setting. The metal holding the stone encompasses the entire perimeter of the stone, almost framing it like a picture.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               
  4. Tension Setting: For a striking, contemporary look, the bride and groom may want to consider a tension setting. This is a design which supports the diamond almost invisibly, so it has the appearance of floating. Round and square-cut diamonds look especially dramatic in a tension setting.                                                                                 

All around the world, one of the sweetest questions ever is: “Will you marry me?” And, when the answer is yes, the bride and groom often embark on the adventure of shopping for beautiful jewelry. Wedding and engagement jewelry, on the average, usually totals about $6,351 for the happy couple. Looking at engagement rings and wedding rings is a wonderful part of getting married, and bridal jewelry that the groom and bride select can be a source of special memories to treasure together for a lifetime.

The Diamond Room is proud to offer our services to anyone, no matter the location or budget. Give us a call at (605)362-0008, or visit our website at to learn about our vast selection of engagement rings.


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