Getting a bigger engagement ring doesn't necessarily mean laying out bigger bucks. If you are looking to get a bigger ring without breaking your bank, we have a few ideas for you to consider. The key is understanding how engagement ring settings can make your ring look bigger or blingier! Let's get started...
We spent some time sharing with you all about the amazing halo! As a quick review, halo settings have a center diamond surrounded by smaller accent diamonds. This "halo" creates the illusion of a bigger center diamond and adds sparkle, shine, and beauty without necessarily adding a lot more dollars since smaller diamonds are generally less expensive than a single big diamond! Double and triple halos add even more size and bling! This setting has been extremely popular for a while now and shows no sign of slowing down.
Whether they are on either side of your center diamond or running down your ring's shank—the part of the ring that encircles your finger— side stones are great way to get a bigger engagement ring. They add luxury and bling without necessarily adding great expense thanks to their smaller size!
Small diamonds clustered or set close together is called a diamond cluster. This is one of the most economical ways to get the look of a big diamond engagement ring without the big price. Small diamonds tend to have a lower per-carat price than big solitaires.
A vintage ring or vintage-style ring may be a good option for a bigger engagement ring as these rings tend to have more intricate and elaborate settings which allow for the use of more smaller diamonds, generally speaking. And these smaller diamonds set around the center stone cost less but they give you the sparkle and shine you are looking for!
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