Post # 1
Hello ladies! I’m looking at rings with an invisible gallery, similar to what Lauren B is selling or the Jasmine from Zen Moissanite (see pictures below – this is basically exactly how I would want my ring to be). I would like a ring that doesn’t sit too high but also not too low so my wedding band can sit flush and it seems like this setting is the perfect solution. However, I’m wondering if the design is sturdy enough because the ring is not “fully closed”? I’m also worried it might scratch the wedding band underneath it?
Can some of you who also have rings with an invisible gallery please share their pictures and experiences? Thanks so much!
Post # 2
im not sure if this will help, but mine is only held by the prongs. The diamond is not touching the bottom or the sides (there’s a gap next to where the pave starts). I was pretty worried but I feel the double prongs do a good job? Plus, it lets in so much more light!
Post # 3
Thanks so much! I did more research yesterday and seems like people don’t advise for this design because the stone tends to poke the finger 🙁 so back to the classic solitaire setting for me 😀
Post # 4
- Wedding: August 2019 - Arlington, Virginia
If you really like the open look, you can consider settings that have a raised basket setting, like that one, but also have a stabilizer bar underneath. I have this one, from Brilliant Earth. When you’re wearing a wedding ring, it will close in that area on your finger anyway from your perspective.
When it comes to durability, my ring is platinum, with an asscher diamond that doesn’t stick way far out, and is very sturdy. I do remember one bee had a similar type of setting but with a halo (not sure of the maker) and it got caught and bent!
Good luck in your search!
With wedding band:
Post # 5
I have a low bezel setting with a notch in the bridge, so it still looks quite open despite being very secure. It does sit flush with a wedding band even though it is low set. I’ve seen similar settings with prongs as well.