Channel Set Eternity Rings
Explore an exquisite collection of channel set diamond eternity rings. Each channel set eternity ring arrives precision set in a choice of styles, widths and precious metals.
Discover the Perfect Channel Set Diamond Eternity Ring
Find the perfect channel set diamond eternity ring from the Serendipity Diamonds collection. We create almost every style, working to the perfect combination of width, precious metal and carat weight. Browse our collection to discover just a few of the possibilities for the perfect diamond eternity ring style available online or from our showroom.
Finding the Perfect Width of Ring for your Diamonds
Are you uncertain about the best width to choose for your channel set eternity ring? To be honest, this is a common question. As part of your experience with us, we give excellent advice on any questions you have.
For the width, we recommend matching this to an existing engagement or wedding ring. For this reason, we create most channel settings starting at 2.5mm. We do, however, create fine channel set rings. A popular trend stacks a set of eternity rings to be worn at the same time.
How are Channel Set Eternity Rings Created?
Our channel set diamond eternity rings feature a CNC made ring. To explain, the Platinum, White Gold, Yellow Gold or Rose Gold is extruded. This differs to cast eternity rings. As a result, the precious metal has a perfect consistency. Once made, a channel is cut into the plain band. We cut channels at different distances around each ring. For example, we make eternity rings fully channel set with diamonds. Or, we create half channel set eternity ring styles. The choice is entirely yours.
Channel Settings vs Claw Settings
We frequently recommend channel settings owing to their smooth flush design. In contrast to claw settings, channel set diamonds offer more comfort. In addition, diamonds rest within the protection of the edge of the ring. For this reason, they are less prone to breakage. Keep in mind the bigger the diamonds, the deeper the channel. As a result, the depth of a channel eternity ring increases to accommodate larger diamonds. Our video below shows a comparison between claw and channel set diamonds.