This is when you may think about upgrading your diamonds wedding ring. The good thing about upgrading is that you get a wide range of ideas to choose from.
From changing the settings to changing the band or adding some extra stones, everything is possible. However, you need to inquire about the cost of upgrading your diamond ring beforehand because in some cases, these can become highly expensive.
If you think your center stone is prone to damage or is loosening easily, you can choose a different setting that can hold it in place to avoid any damage. One such setting that can serve this purpose well is the bezel setting.
On the other hand, if you have a bezel set diamond ring, and you wish to make your stone more visible, this can be done by opting for a prong setting. A six-prong setting will be a good choice as it has six prongs that hold the stone better than a four-prong one, yet showing off the stone’s brilliance to the most.
Yet another upgrading you may want is to change the band or the metal of your diamond wedding ring. Though a platinum band is expensive, it provides more durability than a yellow gold or white gold band. If your ring has prong settings made of gold, upgrading it to platinum metal prongs will be a better option.