Dramatic Presentation

By: Jeffrey M. Bertman Graduate GemologistAnyone interested in making the most dramatic presentation of a diamond need look no further than a “tension setting.” Otherwise referred to as a “floating” or “suspended” setting, tension-set diamonds seem to hover in place in the middle of a band of metal. In actuality, tension settings utilize spring tension in the ring’s shank to firmly grip each side of the diamond, the circumference of which slots into grooves at the ring’s attachment points. As a result, the diamond appears to float in air with no metal backing. This two-point pressure method of securing the gemstone without the need for prongs assures that the diamond remains unobstructed and that the most amount of available light will penetrate it, producing maximum brilliance. Our tension set diamond rings are known for their dazzling beauty and are a favorite among many of our customers. This magical setting exemplifies a stunning and unique piece of jewelry which will be admired by all. We are located at 1402 Hancock Street, Quincy Center, where our jewelry professionals will help you select the exact piece for that special someone. Our experience, skill and knowledge will help you make a confident purchase. Call us at 617-773-3636. We have an assorted collection sure to delight.See our outstanding selection of beautiful offerings at 1402 Hancock Street, Quincy Center. Or reach us at 617-773-3636 or www.rogersjewelry.com


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