Prong Wedding Bands
Characteristics of Prong Wedding BandsThe preciousness of a prong wedding band comes from the fact that it’s one of the most graceful ways to show off a diamond. By lifting a stone away from a metal band, more of its facets are exposed to light. At their most basic, a prong is a clasp of metal that holds the edge of a stone in place, but in the millennia that prongs have been available, the style has evolved to include some fantastically unique methods of holding the gems and diamonds that make every woman swoon. Here at Smyth Jewelers, our selection of prong wedding bands is without peer in the industry!
Popular Collections of Prong Wedding BandsAt Smyth Jewelers, we carry prong wedding bands from some truly incomparable designers, and many of these brands are household names among discerning jewelry lovers. Take Martin Flyer, known for the clean lines, comfortable fit, and bridal-set-friendly style of their bands. The Stackers collection from Martin Flyer blends 14k white, pink, or yellow gold with square halos of pave-set diamonds that orbit around dazzling center stones. The Simon G. Modern Enchantment collection places the vintage beauty of Asscher-cut diamonds in a setting of white gold. On either side, rose or white gold boasts pave-set pink or yellow diamonds for that touch of elegance.
The Michael M wedding bands are all amazing, but the Stella collection really shows off what can be done with prongs. This collection of bands uses two different styles of prongs to hold different sizes of round-cut diamond, creating a distinct visual impact in 18k gold. Also, if you’re looking for an amazing prong wedding band, you should turn to the Scott Kay Namaste collection. Known for the graceful sculpture and spiritual unity, you’ll find that their Namaste line uses prong-set marquise diamonds to create the appearance of folded hands. The rippling effect of the platinum setting adds fallen leaves of prong-set diamonds beneath the marquises.