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When we create a bespoke diamond wedding ring that will be worn next to an engagement ring, we can select diamonds to match the cut, colour and clarity of diamonds in the client’s engagement ring, so the two rings complement each other perfectly.
For someone whose job does not allow an engagement ring to be worn, a diamond-set wedding ring can be a good alternative. Diamonds that are set directly into the band don’t have raised settings so they can be as easy to wear as a plain wedding ring.
Claw-setting is not really suitable for a wedding ring that will be worn all the time, as claws can catch on clothing
If you want maximum bling you might prefer pavé setting. The diamonds are set close together and held in place by tiny grains that are raised out of the surrounding metal. It can be difficult to make out the individual stones because the metal between them appears almost as sparkly as the diamonds.
If you like a more subtle effect you could consider flush set or gypsy set diamonds. This is where the diamond is held in place by burnishing the surrounding metal over the edge of the diamond. The stones can be set further apart so the effect is less “glitzy”.
Men’s diamond wedding rings are becoming increasingly popular. Some of them feature just one or two tiny diamonds, but we are often asked to create a man’s wedding rings that is totally encrusted with diamonds.