(Closed) My diamond that will be my e-ring!

posted 6 years ago in Rings
Post # 3
4478 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: November 2012

For settings there are a few options:

  -Check out a reputable jeweler and see the settings available.  Sometimes they can mount it there, sometimes they can custom make something for you.

  -Check out online vendors that have settings available.  If you send them your stone, they can set it for you.  My ring’s from James Allen; I liked setting and we sent them my stone.  I think Whiteflash and Brian Gavin Diamonds set stones as well.


For the 5 stone setting, you can just order a loose stone and have it set.  You might even be able to send the ring and have the stone set if you do it through Moissaniteco; you’d have to ask if they’re willing to do this.

Post # 4
3376 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: November 1999

I would highly recommend buying your setting online. You get way more variety and generally I find the diamond quality is higher. (loads of chain jewelry stores offer inferior diamonds for an inflated price)

I have done that in the past for pendants, rings and earings. I then get them set at a jewellers.  If you go to ebay and type in semi mounts you will find heaps of styles to choose from. They will usually tell you what shape and size stone in mm will fit in the semi mount.

lord of gems is a great site and I vouch for their workmanship and quality.

You can also go to a jewelry store and try on rings. when you find one tell them you would like to get your diamond reset. Most stores will oblige you.

good luck on your ring quest!!!

oh yeah…Congrats on your engagement!!!

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