As a child growing up in my father’s jewelry stores, I was surrounded by diamonds and precious gemstones. For many years I took jewelry for granted having little interest in the craftsmanship and the rarity of the materials used. However, one thing that always fascinated me was pave diamond setting. I was mesmerized by the sparkle and texture of pave diamond jewelry.
After college I went to work for my father and had the opportunity to delve deep into the world of jewelry and gemstones. My interest in pave diamond jewelry led me to discover the intricacies of this unique setting method. There is something indescribably beautiful about the look of a diamond encrusted eternity ring as it turns on a finger. It’s almost like a layer of sparkling frost or snow.
The look of pave diamonds even makes the metal beads securing the stones appear to sparkle! This unique look is especially striking on a curved surface. Whether it’s a wedding band sitting snug against a solitaire engagement ring, or a bold right hand ring, pave diamond rings never look passé or boring. On the contrary, pave diamond setting is classically gorgeous and like the setting sun, it rarely fails to take your breath away.