Perfect Diamond Setting for Your Engagement Ringby Australian Diamond Company Engagement Rings
Making an ornament is a matter of perfection because it is crafted with the most valuable materials on earth. This is why people show off them on special occasions like marriage, parties or engagements. As a traditional ritual, the ring is an integral part of engagement in many communities. For this kind of special day, the ring should also be unique. Most of the people don’t know how to choose a perfect ring from countless designs and materials.
To make it simple, there are some settings and styles that you need to know. After visiting a jewellery showroom, you will find some basic settings of rings which are:-
• Solitaire setting
• Tiffany setting
• Tension setting
• Bezel setting
• Pave setting
• Channel setting
• Cathedral setting
• Halo setting
• Flush setting
• Bar setting
• Vintage setting
• Cluster setting
Under these twelve categories, you will be able to explore numerous options. Ring exchange is a very old tradition so their designs and materials also keep on changing. Right now, you may visit an ornament showroom and ask them for showing rings of yellow gold, rose gold, platinum, silver or sterling silver.
Cathedral setting as a classic ring option
All rings of cathedral setting are designed to highlight the centre diamond along with an elegant band. The arches of ring band are designed to handle the diamond perfectly. You can also customise cathedral rings with prong or bezel for a different look. Its structure has special features to highlight the centre stone and handle it securely. Both yellow gold and platinum suit best in this setting. The diamond engagement rings with this kind of design are suitable for simplicity lovers.
In the showroom of ADC at Melbourne, you can consult an expert and tell them the specifications including the size of the ring, its metal and type of diamond. Generally, white diamonds are perfect for cathedral setting.
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