Tension engagement rings are what the kids these days might call “tight.”
A tension please! With hypermodern, almost futuristic style, tension rings hold their diamond in place by physical force alone. Many tension set diamonds seemingly levitate in their setting. Although prongs are not used, tension engagement rings are some of the most secure because the entire setting works to hold the diamond in place. Some tension cut engagement rings show off the whole diamond, in which case the diamond cut is even more important.
Tension engagement rings celebrate a bright and extraordinary future together.
Sense a spectacular tension ring:
A classic contemporary and amazing tension engagement ring, the lustrous metal helps this center stone float.
This tension setting cradles an über-trendy pear cut diamond with two different shades of gold.
Make a bold statement with a geometric princess cut center diamond held by a sophisticated twist tension.
Confession: this one is a faux-tension ring. Still, like anyone with a faux leather jacket knows, a stylin’ version can be just as charming as a real tension set ring.
Pointed settings allow for marquise diamonds, which are a breathtaking connector between the ends of the tension twist.
For the modern glam romantic, these pavé lines, etches, and mixed metals surround a gorgeous center stone.
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Previous style series posts: Channel Set Engagement Rings ♦ Vintage Engagement Rings ♦ Side-Stone & Three-Stone Engagement Rings ♦ Heavenly Halo Engagement Rings ♦ Timeless Solitaire Engagement Rings ♦ Luminous Pavé Engagement Rings
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