Prong Wedding Bands
Characteristics of Prong Wedding BandsWhen you’re shopping for a refined wedding band, a prong ring is an ideal choice. The “prong” in this case refers to small studs of precious metal that hold and lift jewels. The style is a relatively simple idea, but designers can execute it with a level of skill that transforms prong wedding bands into true artwork. When you visit the showroom of Diamonds on Wabash, you’ll find a dazzling selection of prong rings from the top brands in the industry. Their vision for prong styles pair gloriously with not only with the shades of gold and platinum they utilize, but also with pink and yellow diamonds and other settings.
Popular Collections of Prong Wedding Bands at Diamonds on WabashAt Diamonds on Wabash, we have a real passion for the craftsmanship and luxurious stylings of Simon G. while all their collections have a flair for the dramatic, a great example of prong rings can be found in the Modern Enchantment collection. These wedding bands show off two different ways prongs can accentuate the beauty of diamonds. The center diamonds are Asscher cuts, and the modern chevron prongs really accent the internal and external angles of the Asscher cut. However, on either side of the center stones, Simon G. uses small seed-like prongs to allow the round-cut diamonds to accentuate the band like a string of glittering beads.
Alternatively, since prongs show off diamonds exceptionally well, they can be used to create a glitzy, eye-catching effect. Take a look at the Diamond Wedding Band collection from Coast Diamond for an example. The lustrous platinum bands in this collection feature dozens of prongs that slightly lift their waterfall of stones away from the band, allowing light through the underside of the diamonds. The Diamond Wedding Band collection also shows off a different style, using striking claw prongs to hold center diamonds while surrounding them with a halo of round prong-set stones.