Direct buying process – Setting
Diamond Setting is an inseparable part of the jewel, which determines 65% of the final product outlook, "Sheibar Jewels" setters are the best in the field.
Microscopic Setting: Diamond Setting is considered to be an "ant Work" due to the level of patience, accuracy and thinking required for this kind of craft. In order to set the diamonds in a clean, accurate and symmetrical way, Diamond setting had advanced to Diamond setting using a microscope, allowing the setter's maximum accuracy and a perfect final result.
"Pave" Setting: Is setting of small tight to each other, creating eventually a shiny "Diamond Carpet" , the setter plans in advance the settings so the distance would be even between every diamond, some jewels contains up to 2000 small diamonds, so the setter work has to be accurate.
Each small diamond ( 00.1 Pnt) would be placed on top of 4 tiny teeth almost invisible. Every such tooth is going threw a smoothing process in order the final product would be smooth.
There is high importance to the diameter of the diamond, it has to be accurate since every minor deviation, could cause a major deviation in the final product.
"Pave" Setting could be found in rings with one large diamond, and two rows of diamonds on the sides with a delicate line ending called: "Glenz" (Sort of a gentle frame surrounding the diamonds)
"Prong" Setting: One of the most popular settings, considered to be very luxurious and mostly placed on the sides of the ring(see photo), the popularity of this setting comes from its uniqueness, the diamond is not sunk as in "Pave" setting but placed on top of 4 teeth , making its lower part visible as well.
This kind of setting allowing more light to reflect on the diamond making it stand out.
This setting makes it possible to use larger diamonds, for example when we use a gold string 1.30 wide it is possible to set a 1.30 diamond, however in "Pave" setting we can only use a 1.00 diamond. The conclusion: In "Teeth" Setting the diamonds would stand out more compared to "Pave" setting in which the result would be opposite.
"Avdec" Setting: Similar to the prong setting however, adding to the setting on 4 little teeth we add 4 engravings on the gold, the result is a large entry of light making the jewels especially to shine! Every diamond in the "Avdec" method gets a special treatment of 4 engravings making the jewel final result to be extraordinary with and luxurious look.
This kind of setting requires a lot of skill and proficiency so every engraving would be smooth and perfect. (See photos).
"Invisible" Setting: Diamond setting attached to each other like tiles without any separation. In every diamond slots are being made at the diamond belt (roundist) and these slots connect to diamonds creating a gold less surface.
In this setting accuracy and symmetry are crucial for the jewel final outcome. A right and accurate setting will grant the look of a luxurious jewel with the appearance of one big diamond instead of few smaller ones at a lower cost!
All the diamond settings at "Sheiber Jewels" are being mad by the finest most professional setters in the field using the most advanced equipment.