Characteristics of Prong Wedding RingsOur customers probably see prongs in jewelry so often that it doesn’t register as a specific feature. But we’re here to say that the prongs on a wedding band change everything about the piece! They’re a varied method of holding jewels and small changes in prongs can radically alter the look of a band and the way that the piece is designed around them. Here at Huntington Fine Jewelers, we’re pleased to offer a wide selection of prong wedding bands from the top designers in the industry, and the sheer diversity of the aesthetics available at our showrooms means that you’re always sure to find something that speaks to you!
Popular Prong Ring Collections at Huntington Fine JewelersProngs can be used to show off a jewel, and in the case of the Kirk Kara wedding band collections, the designer artfully uses prongs to set apart blue and cognac diamonds from the white diamonds around them. For example, blue diamonds in certain Kirk Kara bands are centrally set in a channel while white diamonds are set in 14k white gold alongside them. Alternatively, the Bleu Royale men’s wedding bands we offer utilize prongs to draw attention to the black diamonds set in small wells in the 18k gold of the bands. The effect is truly one-of-a-kind.
Prongs are also used artistically by designer Hearts on Fire. The Effervescence band from HOF crafts most of the band from “clusters” of bezel-set diamonds like berries. Connecting these clusters are single diamonds, whose prong settings are nearly invisible next to the bezels and creates the beautiful illusion of the band being partially crafted from hovering diamonds. This “floating” effect can also be seen in the Tacori RoyalT collection of prong wedding bands. With carefully concealed prongs that are designed to complement the shape of the diamonds encircling the band, RoyalT bands look like they’re sculpted from pure diamond, and the light that radiates from them only lends credence to that idea!