Learn What Platinum Engagement Ring Settings You Can Have

There are several platinum engagement ring settings that are available in the market today. Platinum, just like other metals used in jewelry is becoming a trend because of its brilliance and durability. For a jewelry designer, the use of platinum helps them to make intricate designs because of its malleability. 


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Though platinum is much expensive than any other metals used in jewelry making, many would still choose this metal. Aside from its brilliance, it is also hypo-allergenic and long-lasting; investing in this kind of jewelry will guarantee a price that will remain high. A prong is a part of the ring setting that holds the stone; it would be perfect if platinum engagement ring settings would be used to secure such a precious stone like diamond. 

Solitaire engagement rings feature a band and a solitary gemstone; designed classically. In this type of wedding ring, the gemstone is positioned much higher compared to other settings; this allows the diamond to reflect much more light, further enhancing its brilliance. People choose solitaire engagement rings because they believe that the single diamond signifies a single, bound love. 

There are some types of solitaire platinum engagement ring settings. The classic solitaire setting makes the diamond appear bigger. The cathedral solitaire setting gives an excellent protection for your stone because it is firmly nested between the extending bands from both sides. The contour solitaire setting also gives good shield for your stone; the band was tapered upwards from both sides of the center stone. 

The knife edge solitaire setting is similar to the classic solitaire setting; the only difference is that the shank was angled to increase the luster of the band. The trellis solitaire setting steadily grip the stone with its four interweaved prongs which make the ring easy to put on. The bezel-set solitaire setting provides the ultimate protection because the edge of the stone is securely covered with platinum; perfect to wear everyday. 

One stone set between two smaller gems or side stones is the general feature of three stone engagement rings. All the stones are usually almost the same size; the central stone is only a little bit larger than the other two. The gemstone in the middle is also slightly elevated above the two flanking diamonds. 

This three-stone ring symbolizes three parts of the couple's life; past (when the couple first met and fell in love), present (their engagement and wedding), and future (the promise of an enduring marriage). 

The shared prong engagement ring setting contains two, four, or six prongs, which held a single or multiple gemstones, elevating them on the band. This feature creates a different reflection when light passes through the cutlet of the diamond, light is released on the top of the stone. This makes the shared prong engagement ring the most sparkling of its kind. 

The gemstones in the channel of this ring are rowed together in a continuous row flowing throughout the whole band. There are no metal separations in between the gemstones and each diamond has no exposed sharp corners and angles. These features offer a lot more scratch protection on the diamonds' girdles, making the channel platinum engagement ring settings a good choice if you're always on the go. 

For a combination of the contemporary and vintage, choose micro pave platinum engagement ring settings. It is comprised of minute diamonds, attached together tightly, that's why this type of ring is called as such - micro means small (the gemstones) and pave means paved. Micro pave engagement rings are done traditionally wherein every jewel is embedded into a drilled and narrowed puncture in the ring; this procedure is called bead setting. 

If you want a lasting engagement ring, choose platinum engagement ring settings that will suit the ring finger of your bride-to-be. Its durability will keep it long lasting and its luster will give an additional brilliance to the preferred stone.