When looking at the side profile of a ring, notice how the center stone is being held in the setting. If you can see significant space between the culet (bottom pointed tip of the diamond) and the band, it’s considered a high setting. If the culet is close to or almost touching the ring’s band, it’s a low setting.
Looking for your dream engagement ring? Make sure you know if you want a high engagement ring setting or a low engagement ring setting! This simple decision can impact things like stone durability, wearability, and overall diamond sparkle. Click here for our full guide on how to find the right profile setting and design for you or your significant other.