The modern bezel is appearing more frequently in wedding jewelry thanks to couples in love not only with each other, but also with contemporary commitment ring design. Here are eight engagement rings in which the traditional prong setting takes a backseat to bezel settings.
Ring in 14k rose gold with a 1.16 ct. bezel-set morganite with 0.03 ct. t.w. diamonds, $750; Jewelmak
Ring in 14k white gold with a 0.5 ct. bezel-set princess-cut diamond, $1,999; Mercury Ring
Ring in platinum with a 2 ct. bezel-set spectrolite and 0.4 ct. t.w. diamonds, $4,500; Salt + Stone
Ring in 14k gold with black rhodium and a 1.4 ct. bezel-set orange sapphire, $4,920; Yael Designs
One-of-a-kind Elisabeth ring in 18k and 22k yellow gold with a 1.09 ct. bezel-set cushion-cut diamond, $9,000; Zaffiro
Ring in 14k yellow gold with a 2.2. ct. bezel-set cushion-cut tanzanite and 1.68 cts. rose-cut diamonds, $9,995; Tiffany Peay
Stacking-style ring in 18k yellow and white gold with 1.9 cts. t.w. bezel-set diamonds, $15,000; Wendy Brandes
Ring in 18k yellow gold with a 9.83 ct. bezel-set green sapphire and 0.53 ct. t.w. diamonds, $20,500; Annie Fensterstock
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