Diamond accented ring settings are usually referred as channel and bar settings. Channel settings are the types of ring settings where the gems are suspended in channel of vertical walls with no metal separating the stones. Channel set diamonds enhance the ring shanks and create linear designs with a tailored look. A bar setting is a variation of channel setting where the diamonds are set in channels across the ring. These styles are often used for wedding bands, but they may also be used to accent center stones. The side diamonds in channel settings are well protected and are very secured. Channel set diamonds provide smooth surface of the ring. Some disadvantages of channel sets are that they are more time consuming and costly than prong setting. Also, if done cheaply and quickly the stones may not be secure. In good channel setting, the stones are placed individually in seats with sufficient metal along both sides to support them well.
Six Side Diamonds Setting 0.39ct of 6 side diamonds will sparkle like icicles beneath the glow of a winter night's moon. the ring setting is 3 prong set round diamonds surrounding the center diamond of your choise.