Why Bezel Settings are Better Than Prong Settings
It’s your DIAMOND ring. All caps. Whether you treated yourself with a sparkly lil something because self-care or it’s a symbol of your partner’s endless devotion, that rock on your finger deserves a setting that will keep it safe and sound for, well, ever. Our favorite way to indulge our “better safe than sorry” side? A glistening bezel. Here’s why.
The Truth About Bezel Settings
Like many funny sounding jewelry words, the bezel’s linguistic origins are French. A Bezel setting is a style of setting where the diamond is surrounded by a metal rim, rather than clutched by the four or six prongs you’re used to seeing in a solitaire setting. They might have old-fashioned connotations, but, for both the trendsetters and the gemsetters, the bezel is officially in vogue right now.