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A diamond’s setting helps decide the look of your jewellery. Are you looking for intriguing and unique jewellery which catches the eye of everyone around? Then a ring with tension setting is the one for you. With its floating gemstone between two precious metal elements, it could hardly be more special. BAUNAT explains why you should go for a tension setting.
- What is a tension setting?
- What are the pros and cons of a tension setting?
- Mixing and matching with other settings
- What other settings are there?
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The tension setting is mainly used for somewhat harder stones, those which score at least 9 on the Mohs hardness scale, such as diamonds, sapphires and rubies.
With tension setting rings you are going for a contemporary ring
Make sure you know the correct ring size, too. Once made, tension setting rings cannot be made smaller or larger.
You could, therefore, choose to combine the tension setting with a pavé setting. The band of the ring is then “paved” with smaller diamonds.