Channel Setting – All You Need To Know

In a channel setting, stones are put on the shank of the ring along a track between metal walls so they nestle against one another without prongs, beads, or bezels. To delve deeper into the features, advantages, and disadvantages of channel-set engagement rings. Gems like round, emerald-cut, baguette, or square stones are set within polished metal strips in this mounting method, forming a smooth "channel."