The overall setting of a diamond cluster ring will create an impact of a huge solitaire diamond at the center of an engagement diamond ring. Note that you can also give faux claw settings around the centerpiece in order to mimic a traditional solitaire ring setting. There are mainly two ways to set a cluster diamond ring; one is to surround the center stone with a cluster of melee diamond just like a halo setting, while the other option is to simply beautify the focal point of the engagement diamond ring using melee diamonds of similar size and shape.
One of the main things that you must take care of while choosing a diamond cluster ring is that it may require more effort to maintain and clean the ring when compared to a halo engagement diamond ring. This is particularly because of the tightly packed pattern and mini prong settings used in the ring.