Unique Solitaire Settings
Welcome to The Clear Cut Classroom where we take deep dives into all things diamonds (and jewelry). 💍 Today we are talking about unique twists on your classic solitaire ring.
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A bezel setting frames the diamond with metal, because the diamond is directly set in the bezel you do not need prongs. It gives your ring a modern and sleek aesthetic and is a great alternative to the classic traditional prong style solitaire.
I personally love bezel settings on emerald cuts or asher cuts but also looks great on more feminine shapes, like ovals and cushion cuts.
A half bezel is one of the trendiest styles right now. Half Bezels can be done on either the north and south sides or east and west. They give you a really sleek look, especially if you don't like prongs
The floating edge solitaire has your diamond set offset from the band rather than directly on the band. It sits below or on top of your shank, the band of your engagement ring. It is great for wedding bands because you can stack them below or right on top.
If you're looking for something a little more subtle our illusion wrap ring is an a amazing option to our supper skinny hidden halo.
From the top it looks the same as a classic solitaire ring but if you see it from the side, the diamond is almost floating on top of your finger and the hidden halo is wrapped around the diamond rather than under.
Those are my top 4 options for a unique twist on solitaire engagement rings, let me know what you guys think!