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Post # 2
- Wedding: July 2018 - Mount Princeton hot springs
I actually prefer the look of the 6 prongs! I have 4 but I just love the way 6 look on this diamond! But I’d just go with whatever you like most!
Post # 3
thank you! I’m having a hard time deciding which I like more. I think I’m leaning towards the 6 as well.
Post # 4
Yes I love the 6 prongs, great choice it’s beautiful!!
Post # 5
I prefer 6 prong over 4. More secure and I like how it makes it appear more round as well. I have an OEC in a 6 prong!
Post # 6
I always prefer 6 prongs over 4 for a round stone. Your ring looks beautiful with 6!
Post # 7
I love the look of the 6 prongs, and a lower setting sounds more practical too. Congratulations!!! Gorgeous ring 🙂
Post # 8
I prefer 6 prongs, as I think 4 prongs makes the stone look square. Congratulations!
Post # 9
Another vote for the 6 prongs. I like how the 6 prongs make the diamond appear more round than 4 prongs. Plus more security with 6 prongs. Congratulations on your engagement and it’s a beautiful ring!
Post # 10
6 prongs are v elegant and classic I think. I also prefer lower settings. I would stick!
Post # 12
6 prongs looks way better!!! You did the right thing
Post # 13
Love the 6 prongs! But I do have a 6 prong myself.
Post # 14
Visually, I prefer 6-prong rounds but I am a bit biased (a 6-prong round solitaire is my favourite setting).
From a unbiased perspective, it is said that 6-prongs better protect the stone while 4-prongs can let more light in.
Post # 15
I prefer 4 prongs, I chose that specifically because I couldn’t decide between a round and cushion cut stone and the 4-prong setting makes it look like it could be either. I also wanted the stone to be visible and the setting to be open from the side, two extra prongs blocks the side view/bottom half of the stone.