A common setting for diamond engagement rings, the prong setting allows light to strike a gemstone from multiple angles, enhancing its brilliance.
The prong setting usually prongs are made up of small strips of metal and has four or six metal prongs that extend from the ring basket to the gemstone. When two adjacent diamonds share the point set, they are called shared Prong settings or split Prong settings.
In a prong setting, metal prongs are used to hold the diamond and secure it while allowing light to pass freely. 6 prong diamond rings are available in many different ring styles and diamond settings; find the one that suits your needs.
The correct setting makes the diamond stand out and shows it to the world. This should allow the diamond to take center stage and secure it to the ring without blocking light from passing through the diamond.
The prong setting is sometimes called a Claw prong setting because the prongs look like a claw and hold the diamond in place.
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