by ShoppingForARing » Jul 23, 2018 I'm currently designing the ring for my gf and I'm having a question about the Melee. It's going to be a solitaire cushion in rose gold. I want one row pave single cut diamonds with minimal metal showing. Seems like all I'm seeing as an option is delicate french v split. What is the preferred setting for this that the famous designers use to get that clean look where the diamonds pop on the shank/pave with minal prong display? i.e. Jocelyn by Victor Canera, and other good designers. What does pave setting mean below? Does it only mean when it's 3 rows or more? Are consumers using it incorrectly then? Usually when I ask for one row, single cut melee - I get shown what looks like a surface prong melee shown below or delicate french v split. How can I speak designer talk to get what I want? I"m trying to achieve the below "pave" designs WITHOUT the ridge on the border of the pave (just want to show diamonds)- How do I communicate this?