Prong Wedding Bands
Characteristics of Prong Wedding BandsThe prong setting may be a simple concept—a few elegant prongs that hold a stone in place. But in the era of modern innovation, the basic idea of prongs explodes into a multiplicity of aesthetic possibilities in the hands of the brilliant designers whose brands we’re pleased to showcase. Here at Rogers Jewelry Company, our love of prong-set diamond wedding bands has led us to become an expert in the trends happening in the world of jewelry, and we’re always keeping our finger on the pulse of the industry to find out what kind of new wedding bands that we can bring our customers.
Popular Prong Wedding Bands Collections at Rogers Jewelry Co.Hearts on Fire is well-known for its iconic diamonds, which are chosen from a minority of quality rough stones and cut to maximize their brilliance. Hearts on Fire prong wedding bands are carefully crafted to emphasize the natural beauty of HOF diamonds. Hearts on Fire wedding bands tend to be very modern in their design, with small prongs that allow the diamonds to be close set and share rivers of light between them. On the other hand, the designer Fire and Ice crafts its 18k gold prongs to be extremely visible—these heavy, square-patterned prongs form a beautiful counterpoint to the dainty round-cut diamonds used in their construction.
If you prefer an extremely modernist prong wedding band, the Scott Kay Gothic and Namaste collections show the extent of what prong wedding bands can do. The bead-type prongs of the Gothic collection hold black diamonds in a burnished diamond shape engraved into the brushed 14k white gold band. The Sylvie collection of prong wedding bands are unique thanks to their pairing of prong settings and other types of settings. Between pave-set diamonds and prongs, channel-set diamonds and prongs, Sylvie wedding bands are studies in joining contrasting styles in order to make a creative new design.