Prong Wedding Bands
Characteristics of Prong Wedding BandsA prong seems like a pretty simple idea, doesn’t it? You put a stone in; a prong holds it. But there’s so much to prongs, and they come in a thousand different variants! Flat prongs, V-shaped prongs, bead prongs—four prongs or six, there’s so many different variations on the idea that it should boggle the imagination. Here at Jewelry Design Center, we like to think of ourselves as real jewelry connoisseurs, and our eye for elegant prong-set jewels has led us to become an authorized retailer for many of the finest designers in the world. And trust us when we say that we have a particular love for our prong wedding bands.
Popular Prong Wedding Band Collections at Jewelry Design CenterTacori is a true genius when it comes to the art of designing prong wedding bands. Their RoyalT and Clean Crescent collections have been designed in such a way that the diamonds used in their design are set with “invisible” prongs that can barely be seen. If you’re a lover of the glitz of diamonds, you can’t go wrong with a Tacori masterpiece. On the other hand, the Passion and Modern Enchantment collections from Simon G. put prongs front and center as a kind of art in themselves. There’s something special about something as simple as 18k white gold prongs adding to the overall elegance of the diamonds being used in a wedding band.
We’re also in love with the uniqueness of Beverley K, whose prong wedding bands don’t only feature white diamonds—but also have the colorful, unique, and overall novel touch of adding jewels like yellow sapphire and blue diamond. These colored jewels actually create a different kind of contrast with their prongs that you may not expect! Also, you’d be heartbroken to overlook the beauty of Hearts on Fire. The creative thing about Hearts on Fire’s wedding bands can be seen in the Triplicity and Coupled Encompass collections, where prong-set diamonds are set inside wildly creative shapes engraved in the gold.