A row of sparkling diamonds have shared prongs, allowing more light in, and creating more brilliance in this wedding band.
The security of strong metal prongs can just as easily hold two diamonds in place. The advantage? A continuous band of brilliance. A shared-prong setting allows for diamonds to nearly touch, creating a row of brilliant, closely-set diamonds. Princess-cut diamonds create the most streamlined look, while round diamonds with a white metal can be just as dramatic.
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Comments about <em>Women's Five-Stone Diamond Wedding Band - in Palladium (0.75 CTW)</em>:
I got this for my wife as a replacement wedding ring during her pregnancy. It will eventually be a right hand ring. The diamonds are bigger than I expected! Very sparkly too! Why didn't we just get this as the original wedding ring!? She L.O.V.E.s it. She has metal allergies so we've gone with palladium for all the rings. No problems. Palladium has many advantages over white gold. If you're mulling platinum vs. palladium, go palladium and get bigger diamonds!
Comments about <em>Women's Five-Stone Diamond Wedding Band - in 14kt White Gold (0.75 CTW)</em>:
The stones were as described, and the overall appearance is of first quality. The finish is just excellent and the product was delivered as promised. I couldn't ask for anything better, it looks just like in the high-def picture.