Pave Wedding Bands
Characteristics of Pave Wedding BandsPave comes from the French word “pavé,” which means “paved.” And like the name accurately suggests, pave wedding bands feature small diamonds that are so closely set together that they create an effect like a glittering cobblestone street. Pave settings are an elegant and popular setting for brides-to-be who appreciate the effect like having a ribbon of light wrapped around their finger. Here at Rogers Jewelry Co., we’re pleased to offer a diverse selection of pave wedding bands from the top designers in the industry. No matter your tastes, we carry the collections that will spark a fire in your imagination.
Popular Pave Wedding Band Collections at Rogers Jewelry Co.One of the most beautiful features of the pave setting is that it can make diamonds “dissolve” into the appearance of the metal around them, and Scott Kay embraces this phenomenon in its Luminaire collection, where the interplay of pave-set marquise- and round-cut diamonds mingles together so elegantly that at some distance away, it’s almost impossible to tell where the diamonds begin and the platinum band ends in these pave wedding bands. Pave-set stones can also allow round-cut stones to mimic another shape. For instance, the fascinating ArtCarved Vintage collection places several small diamonds in a milgrain-beaded setting, which at first blush makes the setting seem like it’s filled with a marquise cut.
And of course, don’t think that a pave wedding band has to exclusively deal with white diamonds! The wedding bands offered by Sylvie include options that paves sapphires alongside diamonds in 18k white gold bands. The effect almost blends the white and blue together to make a different kind of radiance that glows against a woman’s hand. Pave-set diamonds are also an extremely popular choice in men’s wedding bands. One of the iconic features of Triton bands is their interplay between black and white. Many of the designer’s black titanium or tungsten carbide bands feature white diamonds, and their silver and metallic tungsten options feature mysterious black diamonds.