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Can someone tell me what this setting is called?

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Chelle0511

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First and foremost, I''m sorry for copy and pasting this wonderful ring that belongs to one lucky woman! I saved it last night for reference and now can not find the thread.

I originally thought I wanted a pave/halo setting with the daimond on prongs, I didn''t think a bevel set diamond does looked good on my large fingers.

But, after seeing the following ring, I realized I might like a bevel set pave/halo, if I could find one where the entire setting sits high, such as this one.

Can someone help me find something simiilar, except on a smaller scale. I''m looking for a setting to hold a 1ct round or princess cut.

Thank you soooooo much!

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neatfreak

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It'd be called a high cathedral (the setting type) with pave obviously.

But just to clarify that stone looks to be held in with prongs, not bezel set. They are two different things.
 

purrfectpear

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That diamond looks much larger than a 1 ct. stone and that is likely why the setting is high. It''s needed on a larger stone to make room for the deeper pavillion.

A 1 ct. stone might look a little strange if it''s sitting up real high off the ring finger, with a small diameter head?
 

Chelle0511

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Ok - that option is not looking promising. Decisions, decisions! I like the square halo/pave setting, but am on a budget, and 1 ct is all we can do for now...

Any suggestions?
 

CrookedRock

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Hey Chelle... I just went on a crazy search for you. That''s actually my ring, so thanks for the compliment!
Someone had a colored stone put into a very similar setting a little while ago and I just found the thread HERE
The setting came from Diamond Scassi
Hopefully this info helps!
 

Chelle0511

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Does anyone know why all of WhiteFlash''s cushion cut diamonds are only a 1-star rating?
 

Tuckins1

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Just so you know- It is called a split shank when the side of the band "splits" into two parts before it gets to the center stone... Some people don''t care for them, while others love them! I personally think that the picture you posted is lovely!!!
 

neatfreak

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Date: 2/20/2009 9:25:34 PM
Author: Chelle0511
Does anyone know why all of WhiteFlash''s cushion cut diamonds are only a 1-star rating?
Because they aren''t in house. Mark at Engagement Rings Direct is the man to go to for cushions IMO.
 
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