The three-stone engagement ring has never been more popular, adaptable, or personalized. The popularity of three-stone settings has skyrocketed as more individuals choose them over other ring settings. Several celebrities have been seen in public sporting three-stone diamond rings in recent years.
If you have decided to propose to your partner and are in the process of finding the right diamond for your engagement ring, you should also consider which ring setting you want. The right ring setting can improve the overall look of the diamond.
Here are some of the reasons why you should choose a three-stone setting for your lab-grown diamond engagement ring.
More Value For Your Money
If you know about the diamond market, you would probably know that the rise in diamond prices is always exponential. A 2-carat diamond costs nearly twice as much as a 1-carat diamond. The more expensive the look is, the more expensive it is. Since three little or medium-sized stones will always be cheaper than one enormous stone, three stone engagement rings combine excellent finger coverage with a much more moderate price tag. Furthermore, the diamonds fan out instead of up, occupying more space on your finger and giving the impression of a larger, more complete setting.
They Have A Low Profile
A stone’s height increases as its carat weight increases. The diamond expands and increases in size. If you want a bolder style but are concerned about wearability, a three-stone might be the way to go. The three-stone setting’s curve can be tweaked with your finger, making it incredibly comfortable to wear. You shouldn’t have to bother about your solitaire catching on sweaters or straps because there isn’t a single stone hanging out. You can also take comfort in the fact that your engagement ring is low-profile and appears to be much more expensive than it is.
Allows You To Pick Multiple Diamond Shapes
It’s difficult to pick a diamond shape. We frequently observe folks who are unable to choose between two shapes. When you just have one engagement ring to choose from, it can be tough to decide on a style. You have options with three stones. So go ahead and order that round center stone you’ve been eyeing, and combine it with pear side stones. Alternatively, a trio of emerald-cut diamonds would triple your dazzle. Combinations abound, and it’s fine to mix up step cuts and brilliants, natural and lab-grown diamonds.