There are so many types of ring settings, with each one being a little bit different than the other. Which ring setting is right for you? Today, PoliceAuctions.com is covering the Prong Solitaire setting.
The most common and classic is the prong solitaire ring setting. A prong is a metal claw that hold the stone in place to the ring band. The prongs can be round, flat, pointed, or v-shape.
Most prong solitaire rings have 4-6 prongs. The more prongs the setting has, the more secure the stone is. However you will also see less of the stone.
The benefits of this ring setting is the fact that there is little metal in the actual setting, so it reveals more of the gemstone. Most people wear this setting without any problems, but snagging is possible, so it’s a good idea to have the prongs checked every once in a while.
Prong settings are especially popular because the bring your attention to the single center stone.
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