Pave engagement rings is a ring which appears to be totally inlaid and decorated with smaller diamonds, generally around the center setting of either diamonds or precious stones, and a nice contrast.
Pave engagement rings are becoming more popular. The main reason is that all the shells diamonds add sparkle to a huge ring, and gives a very luxurious and glamorous effect. What better way to bring out the stunning central diamond or gemstone, the surrounding band of diamonds?
Pave engagement rings settings, the path can be represented in many ways. The first and simplest option is to have the tape on each side of the stone set in the middle of what appears to be a single row of diamonds on the tape. Another option, which gives a more comprehensive and three-dimensional appearance is to have the Court set with diamonds on the band and running around the sides of the tape. The second option requires more diamonds but give the engagement ring a fuller appearance.
While many couples assume that all the extra bling will significantly add to the cost, this is not always necessarily the case. Why? Since all of the surrounding stones are quite small and couples can select as much or as little as they want the engagement ring. In addition, filigree work or engraving on the band or setting, along with the Pope setting, add an additional price tag.
Pave engagement rings settings require multiple tiny diamonds set into the band of small hooks or metallic beads holding the stones in place. Often, the path settings using a platinum or white gold, which is a milder metallic finish. However, gold is used for a more dramatic look, while the white metals to diamonds sparkle brighter and to give the diamonds a bigger appearance.