Post # 1
As the tittle says, does anybody know what this type of ring set is called? I am not referring to the cut of the diamond, the halo setting, nor the pave band, but to the type of ring set that allows you to put one ring inside the other one. I would like to find more like this one on the internet, but without knowing the name is difficult to make a search.
And of course, if anyone has this type of setting, please share photos!! 🙂
Post # 2
I’ve never seen it that way before, but if the engagment ring fit into the band they would call the band either an enhancer or guard I think.
Post # 3
I believe it’s an insert ring
Post # 4
I coincidentally just clicked a link on facebook that took me to a bunch of rings like that. They are calling them “interchangeable wedding sets” there http://www.jeulia.com and just click on “bridal sets” to see
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- Wedding: April 2016 - Gorse Hill, Surrey, UK
I think I’ve also seen them described as interlocking rings or sets too
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One jeweler I went to called them a ring jacket.
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Post # 9
saioasan : I’m not sure there is a particular name for this setting.My grandmother would call this a ‘reverse cradle’ set (but english was not her first language). I think “jacket” is about right, but it is the reverse of what most people will think about when you say a ring jacket/enhancer. Most people think of a ring jacket/enhancer as something you add to an engagement ring (usually a solitaire) to bling it up. In this case, the wedding band fits within the engagement ring. Thus, my gmothers use of ‘reverse cradle’.