Diaperwork

Diaperwork

Diaperwork Diaperwork is a repeating ornamental pattern of one or more designs where one outline figures into the shape of the adjoining outline. Often this is seen in the form of a checked pattern of squares, rectangles or lozenge (diamond) shapes. The term is also...
Entourage

Entourage

Entourage An entourage ring is a ring with a large center stone surrounded by a row of smaller stones, usually diamonds. The most common method of setting found in an entourage ring is with shared prongs. In contemporary parlance, these rings are sometimes referred to...
Flush Mount

Flush Mount

Flush Mount A flush mount is a manner of setting a gemstone, usually a diamond, in a way that the table of the stone is at the same level as the surrounding metal. The stone is placed into a burred hole and the surrounding metal is pressed over the upper girdle facets...
Gallery

Gallery

Gallery A gallery is a border of repetitive design which surrounds a jewelry item, usually to set a large stone in place. The gallery encompasses the area beneath the stone and can incorporate the prongs or head for setting the stone(s). Early Art Deco Pearl and...
Gypsy Setting

Gypsy Setting

Gypsy Setting A gypsy setting is used for rings where the stone is secured not by a collet but by recessing the stone into a hole in the ring and pressing a flange of metal around the girdle of the stone Gypsy Set Victorian...