Are you looking for the perfect side-stone engagement ring? Look no further – BAUNAT has a stunning collection of side stone rings that are perfect to mark your special day. All side stones are hand-selected by our expert gemologists, who ensure only the highest quality diamonds in timeless designs. Our half-set and full-set side stone engagement rings will add a unique sparkle to your relationship, making it even more special. Crafted with precision, each side stone adds an extra layer of sophistication and elegance to any classic or modern engagement ring. Whether you are searching for a traditional or contemporary style, we have a wide selection of side stones diamond rings to choose from.
Can you add side stones to an engagement ring?
Absolutely. BAUNAT offers side stones in a range of shapes and sizes, so you can find the perfect side stone to complete your engagement ring. From oval engagement rings with side stones
to emerald engagement rings with side stones
– we have a selection of stunning pieces perfect for every taste. Overall, side stones provide added sophistication and beauty to any engagement ring.
Half-set or full-set engagement rings
Half-set engagement rings have several tiny diamonds or gemstones covering half the ring’s circumference. The small diamonds cover just enough of the ring to dazzle anyone who sees it. This setting is perfect if you want a ring that sparkles while being flexible to alter the size if needed.
At BAUNAT, you can add a half-set design to most diamond settings, including solitaire, trilogy and halo. Why not add some color by using a ruby
, or sapphire
as the center stone?
Full-set engagement rings consist of tiny diamonds covering the entire ring circumference. This design is excellent for adding extra sparkle to complement the center diamond or gemstone.
At BAUNAT, you can cover your full set engagement ring with colourless, yellow, or black diamonds. Black and colourless diamonds look better set in white gold
, while yellow diamonds blend into yellow
Full-set engagement rings are also often referred to as ‘eternity rings
’ because of their complete diamond coverage. Each row of stones continues for eternity, in a way.