In a channel setting, stones are put on the shank of the ring along a track between metal walls so they nestle against one another without prongs, beads, or bezels. To delve deeper into the features, advantages, and disadvantages of channel-set engagement rings. Gems like round, emerald-cut, baguette, or square stones are set within polished metal strips in this mounting method, forming a smooth "channel." The end effect is a brilliant row of gemstones or diamonds that are safely flush with the shank. This arrangement has its advantages and disadvantages. Its secure and elegant form eliminates the need for prongs or bars to hold the stones in place.
Opting for a budget-friendly yet stunning Engagement Ring? This setting allows you to choose more affordable diamonds by minimizing imperfections and maximizing smaller stones. Unlike pavé or bead-set bands, the metal walls in a channel setting provide enhanced protection for the Gemstone’s fragile girdle.