The best selling and most popular engagement ring setting today:
The Pavé Setting
Pavé is a style that’s beyond popular, it’s everyone, in almost every single ring on the market, and worn on every single finger.
The definition of pavé is:
Set as close together as possible to conceal a metal base.
It’s a french word, a past participle of paver to pave (first used in 1903).
And with pavé engagement ring mountings, the diamonds are set close, side by side, using small nubs or prongs (keeping it smooth and low to the base).
It gives a ring a very clean, dramatic appearance, like a blanket of diamonds.
And whether you go simple, like one row of pavé set stones, or go with a ring that contains multiple rows, intricate and ornate swirls, one-of-a-kind elegant designs and modern illusions, they all look beautiful and give any center stone much sparkle and brilliance.
Just like these pavé set rings below:
One thing that you will certainly notice is that halo mountings look very similar in style.
Because the only thing that separates pavé from halo is the circle of diamonds around the center stone (a halo of diamonds). As shown in the halo rings below:
Pavé or halo mountings are the cream of the crop. Every jewelry store carries a wide assortment of these, just like these jewelry stores below:
- James Allen Engagement Rings
- Blue Nile Engagement Rings
- Kay Jewelers Engagement Rings
- Jareds Engagement Rings
- Fred Meyer Jewelers Engagement Rings
- Helzberg Diamonds Engagement Rings
- Zales Engagement Rings
So grab a ring, and enjoy the pavé set bling.
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