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All our diamonds are 100% Natural, Earth mined and conflict-free!


All the design's are available in

14K & 18K white yellow and rose gold

When it comes to choosing a ring mounting for a round stone there are several options available. One popular choice is the prong setting, which uses metal prongs to hold the stone in place. A three-stone round prong setting, for example, can hold one 5mm and two 3mm round stones. Another option is a classic six-prong setting, which terminates in an elegant smooth band and can hold a 9mm round cut stone. These settings allow for maximum light exposure to the stone, making it appear more brilliant and sparkling.

For those looking for a more secure setting, a bezel setting may be a better choice. This type of setting uses a metal rim to encase the stone, providing more protection against damage and loss. Bezel settings come in a variety of styles, such as the bezel style mountings available at Shai-Ann, or the irregular stone 4 prong claw bezel ring settings made of 18K gold. Bezel settings can be customized with gems and different metal types to create a unique and personalized look.

Pave settings are another popular option for round stones. This setting method involves rows of tiny stones fitted into holes that place them level with the surface of the ring, creating a continuous, sparkling surface. A diamond engagement ring setting with a 6.5mm round cut pave band in white gold semi-mount is an example of a pave setting. Pave settings come in various styles and can be used to enhance the overall design of the ring. Whether it's a prong, bezel, or pave setting, choosing the right ring mounting for a round stone can enhance its beauty and make it a cherished piece of jewelry for years to come.

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