What is the anatomy of a ring? - VENUS TEARS - Wedding Bands / Engagement Ring


What is the anatomy of a ring?

There are many different features to consider when it comes to shopping for a ring. While it’s important to know exactly what you want, it’s also important to know the definition of each different part of the ring. This ring terminology is especially useful when it comes to choosing from a range of options, whether there’s minimal customization or complete custom designing.

Prong Head: The prong head is the piece of metal that secures the center stone to the ring. Four prongs are the most common type of prong head with five or six prongs typically used depending on the size or shape of the center stone.

Bezel: A style of setting that uses no prongs and instead is designed with a rim of metal holding the stone(s). The surrounding metal only leaves the upper portion, above the girdle, visible. Bezels can be plain metal or accented with diamonds or gems and often have smooth edges but can be scalloped or molded into any shape to accommodate the stone.

Halo: The halo is a part of an engagement ring that encircles the center stone. A halo can be any shape and is accented with diamonds or gemstones. Halo designs accentuate the center stone making it appear half to one carat larger.

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