Introduction – Settings Guide

When proposing to someone, you want the occasion to be perfect. You want every little detail to be just how you imagined. However, choosing a ring is no little detail; it's the most important part of the whole proposal. The ring is a symbol of your desire to spend the rest of your life with that person, and it signifies the love that you both share. This shows why it is vital to select an engagement ring with a huge amount of care and consideration. 

There are so many options to choose from when purchasing an engagement ring, as you have an abundance of styles, sizes, and shapes at your disposal. It can be tough to know where to start. Nevertheless, one decision that should never be overlooked is the diamond ring setting. This is something a lot of people tend to give little thought to, however, not only does the setting impact the appearance of the ring but it ensures the stone is protected and thus it impacts durability as well. 

You do not only need to consider the setting in terms of how many prongs there are or what type of setting is used, but you also need to think about the choice of metal as well. From white gold to yellow gold, there are so many different options available. This largely comes down to personal preference. Yellow gold is a traditional color that a lot of people love, but there are then those that would prefer something more contemporary. 

It is vital to recognize that most of these precious metals will be alloyed with other metals. This is nothing to be alarmed about. It is simply due to the fact that gold in its purest form is too soft to withstand daily use. The process of adding the alloy will create a much more durable ring. 

No matter what type of engagement ring you have in mind, or if you don't have a clue what to look for you, you will find the help you need here. We have an abundance of useful tips to help you get started, or you can always give us a call if you would like further assistance.