1. Inlaid so as to form a row in a recessed groove: an engagement ring with channel-set diamonds.
2. Having gems inlaid in such a groove: a channel-set engagement ring.
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The Sportsman Pub, Eaglescliffe, in September 2000 The proposal: On holiday in Crete, Greece, in 2006 Wedding rings: Platinum channel-set 0.60 carat diamond What did the bride wear: A Ronald Joyce, sweetheart and subtle fish tail style dress, from Butterflies Bridal, in Thornaby Bridesmaids: Esther Lilly Coverdale, five, and Fearne Rose Coverdale, two Ushers/pageboys: Liam Smith, 34, of Eaglescliffe Best man: Toby Harper, 34, of Eaglescliffe Reception: Completely handcrafted bespoke rustic farm wedding on family farm in Eaglescliffe.
The same is true of the channel-set band," the expert continued." The channel setting modernizes the look but also keeps the diamonds safer, because they are set deeper into a channel, without prongs, which is perfect for a more active woman."
It's a show-stopper and Cheryl wears it with an elegant channel-set diamond wedding ring - understated and sophisticated yet still beautifully eye-catching.
"That said, it will also continue to be a completely self-organising channel-set that has rules, boundaries and etiquette like all social settings.
This 9ct diamond and emerald channel-set ring costs pounds 87.50 and you can buy it from Herbert Brown, 85 Westgate Road, Newcastle, or wait until July for the new store to open at 95-97 Grainger Street.