Thursday, 16 May 2019

Spectacular Chopard - the art of gem setting

Popular settings for gems include prongs, bezel settings, and full pavé, in which the stones are set close together. In recent years, the cut-down setting has become increasingly fashionable. Usually used on the shoulders of a ring, it involves securing the stones in a way that leaves them visible from the side and the top.The recently unveiled Magical Setting by Chopard is patented.
De Beers’ Vulcan earrings, featuring colored and colorless diamonds. The prong-setting technique is one of the most traditional in jewelry. High-end jewelry houses often mix setting techniques to enhance their creations.

Clip by René Boivin is an incredible vintage brooch.