F&L's pick of unique engagement ring settings

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19 Feb. 2014

The Bezel Engagement Ring Setting

Choosing the popular, traditional bezel setting has its pros and cons. Read More...

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19 Feb. 2014

The Tension Engagement Ring Setting

The magnificent tension setting makes your gem look as if it floats. Read More...

Designers who love to experiment with settings

Aimee WinstoneBristol
Melanie EddyLondon
Christopher AndersonStamford
Beth GilmourLondon
Susan PeiresLondon
Shivani PatelWorcester
Farah QureshiLondon
Andrew GeogheganYorkshire
Ruth TomlinsonLondon
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Nicola HurstPlymouth
Alexis DoveSussex
Maya SelwayLondon
Robert FeatherYorkshire
David and Barry McCaulLondon
Amanda Li HopeLondon
Stepan TerteryanLondon
Diana PorterBristol
Simon WrightLondon
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Jana ReinhardtSussex
Karlin AndersonLondon
David McLoughlinLondon

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James NewmanBirmingham
Fei LiuBirmingham
Deborah CadbyLondon
Maria ThompsonLondon
Ornella IannuzziLondon

F&L's Guide

As with any complicated puzzle it is important that all the pieces fit together perfectly to create the final picture. After selecting the stone the next step is choosing a complementing engagement ring setting. There is a vast array of beautiful options available and settings are specifically designed to perfect the final overall look. Try to see them as the crucial corner pieces to your puzzle!