(Closed) What is this setting? (Solitaire)

posted 6 years ago in Rings
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Helper bee

I find the look of it lovely and simple as well, but it looks like it would snag on things and could potentially get totally bent out of shape.

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Busy bee
  • Wedding: September 2015

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mrsb616:  i have one!!!! no idea what its called. but i love it 

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keepitsimple:  surprisingly i havent had issues with any of those things! 

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Busy bee

Cathedral setting

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Sugar bee

I don’t know what is called but I had this setting in platinum and bent it totally out of shape putting vegetables in the crisper drawer. I am careful but also a total klutz so when I took it to be repaired the jeweler suggested I connect the two prongs to the posts so there is no space, to provide stability. It changed the look and isn’t really what I wanted but also I was terrified of screwing it up again so I changed it. In the end I’m glad I changed it.

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Busy bee

Many cathedrals take peg heads and when there’s that amount of space, it usually means it was designed to accomodate a largeer carat weight and head, but you can still put a smaller stone in that setting- just extra space as a result.

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Sugar Beekeeper
  • Wedding: December 2013

It’s a cathedral setting with a peg head.

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