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Solitaire Diamond Engagement Ring Styles

In today’s post we're going to share with you different types of solitaire engagement rings styles we have on our site. In case you don’t know a solitaire diamond ring is basically a ring that is set with just one diamond on a metal band. The metal used for engagement rings is either white gold, yellow gold, rose gold or platinum. The diamond can be either set in prongs, with either three, four or six prongs or in a rub over setting where the stone is secured by a rim of metal arched around it.

Classic 4-Claw Solitaire Diamond Ring

4-claw solitaire diamond engagement ring The diamond is secured with 4 prongs of metal, which allows maximum light through to the diamond.

6-Claw Engagement Ring

6 claw engagement ring setting The diamond is held in place by six prongs of metal.

NESW 4-claw Ring Setting

nesw solitaire ring This is a variation of the traditional 4-claw setting, where the prongs are positioned in a north, east, south, west compass style setting.

4-Claw Twist

4-claw twist solitaire engagement ring This style is designed to fit a twist shaped wedding ring. The claws are manipulated to twist from the band to the diamond setting.

Cross over Solitaire Diamond Ring

cross over solitaire diamond ring The shoulders of the ring cross over to create this stunning setting, which is also designed to interlock with a wedding ring.

Rub Over Setting

rub over engagement ring setting A modern flush setting style where the diamond is secured with a rim of metal arched around it.