Why We’re Betting on the Half Bezel Setting
What’s modern, sleek, and showcases your diamond better than any other engagement ring setting? The half bezel, of course.
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.
A Buyers Guide to Bezel Settings
Love them, hate them, there's one thing everyone gets from bezel settings, a strong reaction. The slender metal band that frames a center diamond is the cause of much confusion. Whether you've heard the the myth that it dulls a diamond's sparkle, or you've seen a clunky bezel that overpowered a modestly sized diamond, we're here to tell you to give them a second chance, try some on at home, and see for yourself what all the fuss is about.
Our Favorite Low-Profile Lab Grown Engagement Rings
Engagement rings have been getting lower and lower profile since the dawn of the century. What went up, must come down. Down so low in fact that some women are eschewing engagement rings for eternity bands. With no further ado these are our favorite low-profile lab-grown engagement rings.