Any high sitting pear pave rings out there for refference??

posted 3 years ago in Rings
Post # 17
672 posts
Busy bee

I see the difference. Yours is lower set to the bottom of the shank, whereas the model is higher. James Allen is supposed to be good on customer service so talk to a manager. I’m sure they will make it right. I have to say though, your prongs are softer and less knife edge or whatever and I like them better. But I understand wanting them to sit higher and on top of the shank as pictured. It is definitely not as pictured. They are a few pear bees on here with that sort of head. One has a rose gold twist shank. 


Here is another i had saved in my phone that is similar to the James Allen but is shared prong versus pave. 


Here is a Lauren b one and if you go on their site a look for the 1.70 carat pear RS-247 it’s like the head you like. There’s a video too  


Post # 18
53 posts
Worker bee

bbpear74 :  I think because your stone is smaller, it is not as deep. The stone they are showing looks much deeper than yours, which is causing yours to be closer to the band. I don’t think it’s so much that it’s the setting as it is the physical stone. They are not going to be create a big gap between your stone and the band. 

Post # 19
1255 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: May 2014 - victoria educational gardens

I think your looking for something like this? This is my classic pear moissanite in white gold. So it is warm.

1 ct Moissy next to 1.72 M color diamond in rose gold. Almost same color. I know I need to clean them really bad lol

Post # 21
20 posts
  • Wedding: October 2017

bbpear74 :  Yes Ma’am its a 1.5 pear. I’m obsessed with them! 

Post # 22
98 posts
Worker bee

Oh I definitely see what you mean! Do you know what the size of the stone is in the stock image? If it’s deeper I could see why the prongs would be straight rather than curved. Do the prongs come out from below the setting? If your stone isn’t as deep, it could be remedied by them placing a head on top of the band rather than flush with it. I think you’re right though and that it doesn’t look enough like the stock photo. Have you gotten a quote to fix it locally? I wonder if you could get a receipt and request the amount it would take to have it fixed locally refunded to you, since the photo isn’t the most accurate representation 

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