Trends in different engagement ring styles come and go, it use to be popular to have a yellow gold engagement ring, now it is more popular to have a white gold or platinum engagement ring. But solitaire engagement rings, especially ones set with round brilliant and princess cut diamonds have always remained a classic engagement ring choice. Solitaire engagement rings never go out of style, but some people are put off by this type of engagement ring as the design often appears to similar. But look closely at collections of solitaire diamond ring and you’ll notice each design is different. For instance some diamond in solitaires are held in place by prongs and some in bezels, where the metal is rubbed over the stone providing an alternative look. If you want a classic solitaire engagement ring, its best to build your own, which is easy to do online. By browsing an online jeweller you can create your own single diamond engagement ring in two simple steps – 1. pick the ring setting and 2. Pick the centre diamond. Its important to pick the right setting to hold your desired diamond in all its glory.
Examples on Solitaire Engagement Ring Settings
Claw Set Solitaite Engagement Rings
Claw set solitaire rings are a popular, classic choice. Above you will see a 4 claw, 6 claw and 4 claw north east south west engagement ring setting.
Bezel Solitaise Engagement rings
Bezel settings are a modern twist on classical claw set solitaire engagement rings, where the metal is rubbed over the diamond to secure it in place. Above you will see a full bezel set, half bezel set and a crossover bezel set engagement rings.
Wedfit and Twist Solitaire Engagement Ring Settings.
A Wedfit engagemern ring gives added value to wedding rings as the shank split to fit flush against standard wedding rings with no gaps in-between giving a wedding set an exclusively coordinated look. The other solitaire engagement ring has a twist claw setting where the claws crossover to hold the diamond in place.