At Peter & Co. Jewelers, you’ll have the opportunity to choose between numerous ring setting options to make the piece of your dreams come to life. Our expert jewelers proudly serve Avon Lake, Ohio, and the surrounding areas and are standing by to help you design a stunning ring from scratch to fulfill your vision.
Our Ring Setting Options
At Peter & Co. Jewelers, our extensive collection of ring settings and also our custom jewelry design services enable customers seeking one-of-a-kind rings to pick amongst a variety of dazzling options.
Perfect for singular stones, the solitaire setting allows light to pass through the bottom of the ring, resulting in maximum sparkle and shine. It’s a popular option for displaying stones that families keep as heirlooms and pass down through the generations. What’s more, this setting balances the ring’s size without requiring a wide metal band, and it can even create the illusion of larger center gemstones.
This setting places gems on both sides of a main stone, and as the name suggests, it contains three total stones that are similarly cut and sized. Opting for the three stone option enables you to create a bouquet of gems of different colors or synergize a small- or medium-sized gemstone. The final product is designed with a flat hierarchy between stones.
A subset to the three stone setting, this option consists of two alternative cuts in a fancy shape, such as pear, baguette, emerald and one main stone. It features a greater difference in hierarchy with an elegant transition from band to stone, and the setting is the perfect way to showcase and frame a main stone.
If you’re looking for a ton of sparkle, consider the halo setting. Designed to be the fancy of everyone’s eye, it displays collections of 0.05- to 0.25-carat stones around a main stone in the center. It can also create the illusion that the center gemstone is larger in size as well as mask imperfections in the center stone and provide an affordable way to bring home the eye-catching piece you’ve always imagined wearing on your finger
Rising in popularity, pave settings utilize less expensive, smaller, inlaid stones between 0.05 and 0.2 carats, which are placed partially or entirely along the ring’s band. When paired with the right type of metal band, you can come away with a jaw-dropping collection of stones that sparkles from all angles.
This setting keeps the old days alive with bands that feature small grooves on the side (milgrain) and position the stone as the centerpiece. An extremely popular option both then and now, antique settings give off a vintage, classy feel and complement formal and semi-formal outfits especially well.
For a classic look that forms an amazing frame for the center gemstone, the single row setting is the answer. This setting subtly showcases stones held inside the band by a groove, which allows them to peek through and add visual interest.
Commonly referred to as split shank, this setting involves a unique construction that enables a great amount of light to penetrate the stone and create the illusion that it’s larger than it actually is. This style also includes wider ring settings featuring, you guessed it, multiple rows of gemstones.
Sometimes called ribbon, offering a more fluid a delicate look, twist settings can utilize smaller stones and be designed to wrap around the stone.
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To learn more about different ring setting styles or our custom jewelry design process, contact Peter & Co. Jewelers in Avon Lake, Ohio, today.