Post # 1
I have a stone that I’d like to put into a setting and I am in love with this style setting. I have a simple solitaire but I was thinking for a right hand ring with colored stones surrounding the stone. Does anyone know what this setting is called? I’ve seen it pop up more and more lately but when I google ‘7 stone e-ring’ nothing like it comes up. I originally thought they were clusters, because that’s what it looked like to me, but what I found when I googled that looked nothing like this. It’s 3 stones on each side with a round in the middle, but is there a specific name?
And what do you think of making that style into a right hand ring with a diamond in the middle and emeralds as the other 6 stones? I’m personally not an emerald fan, but it’s my mother and my birthstone. I’m not sure on the pave band.
Post # 3
I love that style ring and think it would look gorgeous with a diamond and emeralds! I don’t know if it has a specific name, but try searching things like “diamond ring with six side stones” or “diamond ring with cluster side stones” – I tried those in Google image search and got some results like the ring you posted.
Post # 4
I was able to find quite a few of those on Google. I had the best luck with search terms like “engagement ring side clusters” or “engagement ring triple cluster side accents” (no quotation marks).
I think that style would look beautiful with emeralds as the side stones, but if you’re not crazy about emeralds, you shouldn’t make yourself wear them. Is there any other type of gem that’s special to you and your mom that you could use instead?
Post # 5
What a beautiful style! It doesn’t have a formal name as far as I know (I’m a jeweler.) Don’t force yourself to wear emeralds if you don’t like them, especially if you intend to wear this ring every day. Emeralds are very brittle and prone to abrasions, so they aren’t as suitable for daily knockaround jewelry as other precious stones are.
Post # 6
I don’t know what it’s called, but I think it would look beautiful with emeralds as a RHR!