A Broadway Star: Introducing the Broadway Solitaire Engagement Ring Setting
By Ashley Bailey
, Thursday, October 28, 2010
By Ashley Bailey
, October 28, 2010
Just in time for the holidays, Whiteflash is proud to announce the entry of a new solitaire engagement ring
setting to their already-formidable lineup of ring setting options: the Broadway. The Broadway is an elegant but simple solitaire setting; the perfect option for an engagement ring whether you are choosing it as a gift or for yourself.
The Broadway solitaire engagement ring setting has a gently curved head that gracefully highlights the center stone, as well as four prongs that grip the stone securely without distracting from it. The four-prong style allows as much light as possible to reach the center stone, allowing it to sparkle and shine. The shank of this versatile new solitaire setting is unusual as well—a half-domed shape, it is rounded towards to the top and narrows to a comfortably slim fit around the finger, tapering from 2.6 mm to 2.2. mm. This gives the ring an eye-catching look and a comfortable fit at the same time.
The Broadway solitaire engagement ring
setting is sold without a center stone, allowing the customer to select her own stone from one of the many varieties available through the Whiteflash diamond search feature. It can also be set with any stone of your choosing, making it a perfect way to update an heirloom engagement ring and bring it into the 21st century with a fresh new setting. The Broadway solitaire engagement ring setting is currently available for round stones only.
Like many ring settings carried by Whiteflash, the Broadway is available in 18 karat white gold, yellow gold and platinum. White gold has the benefit of a brilliant, modern sheen at an affordable price point, and yellow gold has its trademark charm. But for all-out glamour, you can’t beat the durability and luster of platinum, which will need minimal care despite years of daily use.
The holiday season is the perfect time to propose, and if you are planning on popping the question, it’s time to get started choosing a ring. The Broadway solitaire setting is the perfect place to start.