Pavé Engagement Rings: A Complete Guide

[adinserter block=”3″]

Pavé engagement rings are perfect for so many sparkling reasons. Available in multiple styles, there is much more to pavé engagement rings than meets the eye. Confused? Don’t worry! Read on to get all the info you need and more so that you can pick out the perfect pavé engagement ring.

If you are looking for a ring with incredible sparkle and shine, then look no further! Pavé engagement rings give your center stone that extra oomph, taking your shine to the next level.

This popular style is perfect if you love romance, glitz, and glamour. If you want an engagement ring that maximizes every spot for sparkle, then pavé engagement rings are for you.

What Is A Pavé Engagement Ring?

A pavé engagement ring is a ring where the band is literally paved with dazzling diamonds. It gets its name from the French word for paved, meaning that Pavé engagement rings include bands that are completely or partially covered with smaller diamonds, set so close together to resemble a paved road. A pavé engagement ring can include one or multiple rows of these diamond bands.

How Is A Pavé Ring Different From Other Engagement Ring Styles?

A pavé engagement ring is unique for a number of reasons. In addition to its unique style, the number of stones, as well as the density of those stones, is normally far higher for pavé rings.

While similar styles, like a side stone engagement ring, will include larger stones on the side to accentuate the center stone, pavé engagement rings have small diamonds set across half or the entirety of the band to accentuate the center diamond, as well as give the entire ring sparkle.

14K White Gold Petite Pavé Engagement Ring (Flush Fit)

What Are The Advantages Of A Pavé Engagement Ring?

Pavé engagement rings have many advantages, but most of all, its the increased sparkle and shine from every angle. Yet this increased shine only highlights the beauty of your center stone. Does it get any better?!

14K White Gold Pavé Rope Engagement Ring

What Are The Disadvantages Of A Pavé Engagement Ring?

While we love love love pavé engagement rings, we have to recognize there are some drawbacks. Their intricate design also means they are delicate and the ring can snag. So you need to be more careful, and this may require some maintenance in the future. Resizing can also be difficult with this setting, so do everything you can to get the right size the first time around.

14K White Gold Cathedral Pavé Crown Diamond Engagement Ring

Related Post: How To Measure Your Ring Size

What Should You Look For When Choosing A Pavé Ring?

When choosing your pavé engagement ring, it is important to keep in mind a few things. It’s all in the details. In addition to traditional pavé bands, there are hidden details such as pavé halos, which can add additional sparkle and support to your center stone. There are also different styles of pavé engagement rings. Keep an eye out for micropavé and petite pavé, among others.

14K White Gold Trio Micropavé Engagement Ring

Pavé Wedding Bands

Give your pavé engagement ring a sparkling partner in a pavé wedding ring! Not only do they look seamless together, but the added sparkle is simply incredible! Be prepared to shine bright with these beauties.

Pro Tip:

Pavé wedding rings also look great on their own!

Caring For Your Pavé Engagement Ring

Caring for your pavé engagement ring is important, especially because of its delicate nature. Follow the steps below to keep your perfect pavé rings sparkling.

  • Always remove your ring before possibly harmful activities
  • Keep it clean (Do it yourself or get it professionally cleaned)
  • Consider an annual check up to make sure the settings are secure
How to clean your diamond ring

Related Post: How To Clean Your Jewelry At Home & Other Useful Tips

FAQs

What is the difference between a pavé engagement ring and a solitaire engagement ring?

Pavé engagement rings include a partial or full band of small diamonds set in a pattern meant to resemble a paved street, in addition to the center diamond. A solitaire engagement ring focuses solely on the center diamond.

What are some popular styles of pavé engagement rings?

Popular styles of pavé engagement rings include micro pavé, French pavé, and petite pavé. Micro pavé engagement rings feature very small diamonds, often in multiple rows, to create beautiful sparkle. 

French pavé engagement rings are known for their textured style, with diamonds set in v-shaped grooves in the band of the ring. 

Petite pavé rings utilize very small prongs to keep the small diamonds in place, ensuring that each diamond, despite its small size, is distinctly highlighted.

What metals are typically used to make pavé engagement rings?

Pavé engagement rings, similar to engagement rings generally, typically come in yellow gold, white gold, rose gold, or platinum.

Are pavé engagement rings more expensive than other styles of engagement rings?

Pavé engagement rings cost more than some styles and less than others. This is due to the increased number of diamonds. Therefore, a pavé engagement ring is likely to cost more than a classic solitaire setting. Also, similar to all styles of engagement rings, the cost of a pavé engagement ring heavily depends on the size, cut, and quality of the center stone.

Can you customize a pavé engagement ring?

Sure! Is every customization possible? No. But you can customize your pavé engagement ring by selecting a center stone of your choosing. Go with a colorful gemstone or a fancy colored diamond for a unique hue, or choose a fancy shaped diamond that can also create an individual look.

Where can you purchase pavé engagement rings?

Pavé engagement rings are a mainstream and very popular style and be found at just about any reputable diamond and jewelry dealer. Try shopping online for a large selection of styles!

Related Post: Online Engagement Rings: Shopping With James Allen

Subscribe to our email list for access to secret sales, practical ring-buying tips, and $100 off your first purchase!

WhatsApp Image 2021-12-29 at 17.32.42

Sarah is a stickler for grammar and prefers to use the Oxford comma. She enjoys her career as a writer since being a professional snowboarder/powerlifter/pastry chef didn’t pan out.

[adinserter block=”3″]

Credit : Source Post

We will be happy to hear your thoughts

Leave a reply

Shegotsnatched.com
Logo