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How Should a Diamond Bracelet Be Set?

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Bracelets made of diamonds are an excellent choice for any occasion, from the office to formal black-tie events. A popular diamond bracelet style is known as the "tennis bracelet," but not every diamond bracelet has the same design. Many different and unique settings can be used to style a diamond bracelet to create a unique piece that is tailored to the wearer.

Architectural prong styles, curved designs, linked chains, sleek satin, and brushed metal work can all be found on diamond bracelets to give them a more three-dimensional feel. In your quest for the ideal diamond bracelet, keep these popular settings and designs in mind:

Tennis Bracelet With Diamonds

In a diamond tennis bracelet, a chain of diamonds is seamlessly intertwined. The bracelet's link chain design enables it to bend and move freely.. Three or four prongs can be used to secure each diamond in a tennis bracelet, or even a bezel setting.

Prong Settings

Tennis bracelets with prongs are a classic look. Stones are held in place in jewelry by prongs, which are small metal projections on the back of the stone. The more prongs a setting has, the more secure it is for the diamond, which in turn affects the design. In order to ensure the safety of larger diamonds, four or more prongs should be used; six is ideal. Three prongs can be used to secure smaller diamond bracelets.

A four-prong setting bracelet, like the one pictured above, is clearly different in style.

Bezel/Half-Bezel Settings

Small bars on each side of the half-bezel setting help to keep the stone in place in the setting of a tennis bracelet with a full bezel, which has a circle mount holding each diamond in place. With their sleek, modern look and feel, bezel-set tennis bracelets are an excellent option for those with a more minimalistic sense of style.

Diamond Bangle Bracelets

It's possible to have a diamond-encrusted bangle bracelet with a single diamond circle, a row of diamonds, or even diamonds scattered throughout the design. Bangles, in contrast to tennis bracelets, are immobile pieces of jewelry. Settings for pave or channel can be found on bangles.

Pave Settings

The diamonds in a pave setting are embedded in metal, but prongs are still used to hold them in place..

Channel Setting

Stones are tension set in the metal to create a continuous row. Channel settings are extremely popular as a design element because they provide a clean line of color or glimmer.

Charm Bracelets

The popularity of charm bracelets is on the rise once again. In contrast to the traditional charm bracelet's dangling charms, the newer styles feature charms that snap into a bezel setting.

Inset Bezel vs. Traditional Link Designs

Dangling charms, in contrast to links, offer less security and protection for expensive charms with diamonds or other precious stones. If you want to keep your priceless heirlooms safe, go with a bezel setting.

Tennis bracelets aren't the only type of diamond bracelet you can get. They come in all shapes and sizes, from chunky bangles to bracelets with a personal touch. The bracelet is a timeless piece of jewelry, so choose one that you love!

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