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Different Styles Of Wedding Rings

For grooms considering a solitaire setting, fancy diamond shapes add a unique touch if a traditional round or square-cut stone seems too plain. There are many different diamond cuts available, including emerald, pear, marquise, oval, and heart. Emerald-cut diamonds are rectangular in shape, and are very popular with celebrities.

Three-stone wedding rings are also popular, and they offer more variety than diamond solitaires. Three-stone bands are symbolic, with one diamond representing the past, one representing the present, and one representing the future. This type of ring serves as a visual representation of the life you and your fiancee have built together and the many milestones you will experience as a married couple. This type of band offers greater potential for customization than a diamond solitaire. You could choose three diamonds of equal size or put a larger diamond in the center and surround it with two smaller stones. You could even choose to combine diamonds with other types of stones for a truly unique look.

Split-shank wedding rings offer a more eye-catching option than traditional bands. This type of ring splits the band in half as it approaches the center diamond, meaning that the band will encircle the diamond. The band is often decorated with smaller diamonds or other details, such as an engraved pattern. These bands generally give off an antique vibe and look very elegant and ornate.

Pave- and channel-set diamonds are another option, especially if your significant other loves sparkle and shine. These types of bands consist of one or more large diamonds in the center of the band, surrounded by smaller diamonds throughout the length of the entire band. Pave diamonds are set on top of the band and are so close together that you cannot see the metal on the band. Channel-set diamonds are similar, but they are embedded in the band itself instead of being set on top of it.