The size of a diamond is indicated by carat.
Goldsmith Sylvester Andriessen has been buying his own diamonds for you for more than 30 years.
How to choose the right setting of a diamond?
Why is a good diamond setting important?
What do you have to watch out for?
We often notice in our shop that this is not being considered. That makes sense, of course! You don’t buy a diamond ring every day and then you mainly look at what you like. When we explain the advantages and disadvantages of the different settings (and their quality!) they are often very surprised. However, for us it is important that you wear a ring with a lot of pleasure. That the ring suits you and your work. As a goldsmith we look a bit further than just selling a beautiful ring.
The most common diamond settings in a row:
The most common solitary settings in a row:
Gold ring with diamonds set in a row
Gold ring with diamond pave set
With an alliance setting, your stones are in a row, but each stone is in a separate setting (chaton). Very special are the alliance settings with different colours of diamond. Another name for an alliance setting is memoire.