As you may already know, the pear diamond has a pointed tip at one end and a round shape on the opposite. Obviously, the pointed tip will be highly prone to damages, accidental hits, or chipping. Yet as you are buying an expensive stone, you need to protect it well. This is when selecting one of the best pear diamond engagement ring settings becomes so important.
Generally, the most common settings for pear cut diamond rings are the bezel setting and the prong setting. In prong settings, the pear cut diamond will be very visible as prongs hold the diamond. However, this setting may still make the stone vulnerable to damages and fall off when the prongs loosen. On the contrary, the bezel setting holds the diamond by encircling around its edges, that protects the stone well. However, the bezel setting makes the stone less visible when compared to the prong setting.