Sterling Silver Ring Settings For Pearls
Pearls are very sensitive compared to gemstones. So if you have a pearl in your ring you should know a little bit about your pearl. Pearls grow in shells. And the shell is actually if a little sand core goes into a shell it’s irritation for the shells so it puts layers, and layers, and layers over the sand core. And after awhile that becomes the pearl. So if you have that pearl on your ring and it’s not so hard. It scratches easy.
You wear it for a long time every day sooner or later you will lose layers of the pearls. And at one point you only see the model of the pearl anymore. You can exchange the pearl. They can get, they can be taken out and you can have a new pearl on it. Also pearl rings you have to be very careful because pearls are sometimes very sensitive to cleaning solutions and also to cosmetics.
Different Ring Setting Styles
Different ring setting styles could be bezels, prongs, pave settings or just tension setting. It totally depends on the making, making of the ring and jewels on the gemstones. If it’s a sensitive gemstone, the setting should protect the stone. If it’s a diamond, which is fairly insensitive, it could be tension setting.
Setting With A Soft Stone
If you would do the same setting with a soft stone, the stone would break immediately because it couldn’t stand the tension. So, if you have a ring with prong setting and it’s not made well with, with prongs, if they stick out, you could pull a thread on your clothes. So, the nicest is if it’s in a, in a bezel setting and holds the entire stone and protects the entire stone.