A setting not only holds the stone or stone(s), it is the foundation for your ring's design and individuality. It is essential to select a setting that reflects your personal style. Choosing a platinum setting will make a difference because it is unmatched in its ability to hold stones safe from the stress of daily wear. The natural white lustre of platinum also enhances the sparkle of a diamond as it doesn’t cast any colour into the stone.
The design of the setting depends on the shape of the center stone and gives the ring its personality.
A classic setting where the stone is visible from all sides for maximum brilliance.
The stone is framed in platinum, keeping it secure.
The stone is held high by raised shoulders which help to protect the diamond.
Pressure holds the stone firmly in place allowing it to reflect maximum light.
Smaller stones are used to make a statement on a wedding band, or to add extra sparkle to a platinum ring, pendant or bracelet.
A thin metal bar separates each stone but leaves the sides open to bring in the light.
A low stress setting that secures small stones inside tiny holes.
Stones are placed in a metal channel and are visible but not prominent. They form a continuous flow with no metal to separate them.
Often used to create a sparkling look of diamonds, tiny metal beads hold each stone in its own discrete setting.