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5 Tips for Building
the Perfect Engagement
Ring Stack

Stacking your engagement ring with your wedding band, anniversary band, or just because? We've gathered 5 tips to give you some stack-spo.

The Center Half Bezel (Asscher), The Open Baguette, The Column Baguette rings by Holden in white gold

Tip #1

An open band is your best friend

Some low-set engagement ring styles can be tricky to pair with flat wedding bands. Meet The Open bands, designed with a gap to be your stacking solution.

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The Round 3-Stone (Round), The Domed rings by Holden

Tip #2

Classic doesn’t always equal boring

Went flashy with your engagement ring? A simpler wedding band like The Domed can serve as its perfect complement.

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Tip #3

Same, same but different

Try isolating a single element to play with in your stack. Here, we just switched up the orientations and shapes of the diamonds in the bottom ring, but all three have a rose gold bezel.

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The Frame Eternity, The Square Bezel Solitaire (Round), The Column Mixed Stone rings by Holden in rose gold

Tip #4

Switch up your widths

There’s no pressure to get a uniform stack. Different diamond shapes and sizes can lend themselves to a certain je ne sais quoi.

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The Angled Marquise, The Square Bezel Solitaire, The Column Baguette, The Eternity rings by Holden

Tip #5

Experiment with setting style

A professional stacker knows it’s all in the details, right down to setting type. Show you’re a jewelry pro by combining a bezel, split prong, and shared prong setting in your stack.

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The Frame Eternity, The Column Baguette, The Row Oval rings by Holden in rose gold

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