What is a solitaire diamond setting?
In short, it’s any jewelry that has one single stone as part of the setting.
In rings, a lady’s necklace, engagement rings or any jewelry you may purchase to celebrate someone’s birthday, you’ll often find a solitaire setting.
Let’s talk engagement rings:
Diamond rings are popular ways to showcase love and commitment.
Someone kneeling down with a diamond ring in front of a possible future bride creates memorable moments both parties will cherish in future.
For the lady, looking at that ring on her finger in years to come, will spark memories of that moment.
So, it’s vital that a guy selects a type of ring of which the details suit the lady’s personal taste.
Many couples eventually decide on a solitaire diamond setting for engagement jewelry.
When a survey was launched with 7 000 women, one quarter of them confirmed that their partners proposed with solitaire setting rings.
Why is it so popular?
For one thing, a solitaire design doesn’t go out of fashion.
It has a certain elegance about it, making it a classic option that works for people with different tastes.
Secondly, if you want to enjoy looking at your diamond, a solitaire setting will show off the best features of the stone, remarkably well.
The good news: a classic approach doesn’t mean boring. You can pick one of many solitaire setting options. But how do you make sure you get it right?
We suggest you first consider which shape diamond will be best, because your entire design will be created around this stone.
The gem will be the focus of your jewelry.
Not sure what to pick?
A safe choice is what over 50% of engagement ring buyers pick: a round brilliant gem.
The specific cut ensures both sparkle and depth.
It’s so eye-catching because there’s a lot of light that returns through the top part of the gem.
If you’re in the mood for something different, why not consider these:
Pear shaped stones
Cushion cut diamond