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The flush or "rub-over" setting involves setting the diamond within the metal itself, and is a perfect compliment to the rub-over set engagement ring.

The metal is first cut out to accommodate the stone which is then set into this recess before the ring is polished. The effect is perfect for occasional diamonds in a wedding band. This technique can be used for fancy shapes also. Diamonds are well protected due to the metal surround due to the fact they do not protrude above the surface of the ring in an exposed fashion.

Flush set diamonds are sunk into the mounting until they are nearly level or flush with the surface. Only the table of the diamond and some of the facets on the crown are exposed. While this technique does not allow maximum light to enter the diamond, this subtle look has become increasingly popular.