Practical Advice for Hopeless Romantics on Love & Diamonds


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.

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