Background information about different types of rings
This is the most common type of wedding ring. Its setting is usually a stud or prong setting consisting of 4 to 6 wires. This type of ring is popular with investors in diamonds as well. This ageless model speaks to the imagination of all women. The prong setting is nice and open. This ensures a beautiful play of light in and on the stone. The stone is raised from the surface of the ring making it stand out even more.
This type of ring has three stones set next to one another, usually the middle stone is the largest of the three. The prongs of the studs are made with wire which accentuates the beauty of the stones. It ensures an optimal sparkle. The three stone ring represents past, present, and future. This icon of love symbolizes time spent together, and the times yet to come.
The side stones ring has multiple smaller stones placed set into the ring on both sides of the centre stone. We advise using a coloured centre stone surrounded by smaller diamonds of a different colour for a luxurious appeal. It will ensure that the middle stone stands out even more.
With this type of ring we usually assume a centre stone around which all the small stones are set. It is very similar to the entourage ring except that in the halo ring the stones are placed even closer to the centre stone and the way the stones are set is different. This is one of the most chosen rings next to the solitaire ring. All these stones together give such a sparkle that it seems like you are wearing a large diamond.
An eternity ring, or infinity ring, is set with nearly identical stones placed next to one another in a line encircling the band. There are multiple options when customizing your bespoke eternity ring. You can decide how many stones to use, which type of precious stone, and what colour they should be in. This style of ring is also called an alliance ring.
Generally speaking, a cluster ring sports a centre stone surrounded by a setting of smaller stones. These smaller stones may be arranged in multiple rows. Together, these stones create a sparkle reminiscent of a large diamond ring. The stones are often set using a web of wire, which is shaped to form tiny prongs for the various stones. This type of ring requires the work of a particularly skilful goldsmith. Another style similar to this is the Halo ring.