Getting a design for a golden jewel for a traditional occasion you get in contact with a recognized jeweller in the Antwerp Jewish quarter
Wedding ring diamond band 2 rows princess-cut channel set.
White rhodium finish Gold 18kt (Also available in other precious metals.) RG0563P/17/16
- 62 mmc
- 26.93 g
- Polish R
- Setting Details:
- channel setting
- Shape Main Stone:
- Modern Classic
- Hand made in our workshop
- Choose & buy:
- Getting a design for
- Buy what:
- A golden jewel
- For a traditional occasion
- At Whom:
- You get in contact with
- A recognized
- In the Antwerp Jewish quarter
A consecutive gemstone setting is a jewelry design in which gemstones are placed next to each other in a row or band. This setting is often used for bracelets, rings, necklaces and earrings and it's most popular for engagement rings and wedding rings. Sometimes the gems are placed so that their edges touch, creating a continuous pattern. This ensures a very sleek, elegant and polished appearance of the jewel. There are various techniques to make a contiguous gemstone setting, such as channel setting, pavé setting or bead setting. Pavé setting is the most common technique, in which small gemstones are placed closely together and secured with small claws or pins. Channel setting and bead setting are often used for larger gemstones and give a similar look, but with a slightly different construction. A contiguous gemstone setting can contain different types of gemstones, such as sapphires, rubies, emeralds, topazes, diamonds, and more. The design can range from simple and classic to intricate and detailed.
Channel setting is a popular technique used in jewelry making to secure gemstones in a row between two strips of metal. In a channel setting, the stones are set flush with the surface of the metal, creating a sleek and seamless look. The channel setting is commonly used for stones that are small and have uniform shapes, such as diamonds or sapphires. The metal strips that form the channel are usually made of gold, platinum, or another precious metal. One of the advantages of a channel setting is that it protects the gemstones from getting caught on clothing or other objects, as the stones are set securely within the metal channel. Additionally, because the stones are set flush with the metal, the overall look of the piece is very smooth and polished. However, it's important to note that a channel setting can make it difficult to clean the gemstones. Dirt and debris can accumulate within the channel over time, making it challenging to keep the stones looking their best. Overall, a channel setting is a popular and visually appealing technique for securing gemstones in jewelry.
The princess cut is the second most popular diamond cut (the brilliant cut being the most popular). This cut, also referred to as a square modified brilliant, is relatively new. Unlike most square or oblong shapes, the facets are brilliant cut. Because of this, princess cut diamonds have more scintillation and fire than traditional step cut stones.
Hand made in our workshop
A jewel in precious metal forged and processed by hand is a unique work of art. No serial work, but a creation with a soul. So choose a jewel made by hand by a workshop in the middle of the Antwerp diamond district and by a goldsmith with years of experience. This way you can obtain the perfect jewel that suits you exactly. And a natural diamond makes it timeless because Diamonds are forever!
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Getting a design for
If you would like to have a design made with diamonds or other precious stones, please contact one of the most renowned workshops in Antwerp. We will be happy to help you with your creation.
A golden jewel
A gold jewel made of the most precious precious metal is something you buy for life. In our workshop, goldsmiths make a jewel by hand from this most precious metal that will immortalize a unique event for you. When you buy something for yourself or for a loved one or even for a friend, the intention is for that person to identify with it. For example, a pair of earrings can capture a moment like the birth of twins. Or an anniversary ring can make you remember your twentieth wedding anniversary.
For a traditional occasion
For a special occasion, choose a traditional jeweler.
You get in contact with
You arrive in Antwerp near the Central Station at the Zoo or at the Vestingsstraat or Hoveniersstraat and you don't know where to go to buy a diamond jewel. That is why it is best to google in advance and inform yourself via reviews on websites such as TripAdvisor or Google Places. Then you will notice that lovers, fiancés, bridal couples and generous givers of beautiful jewels are one for one particularly enthusiastic about our workshop where jewelery is still made by hand. Five star reviews are therefore the usual ratings when it comes to the satisfaction of our customers.
For more than three decades, our workshop has been recognized by the most important authorities in the diamond sector. You can find us for many years on the website www.registereddiamondcompanies.be of AWDC, the umbrella organization of the Antwerp diamond sector. We are also officially recognized as goldsmiths and craftsmen and registered in the Guarantee Register of the Federal Public Service Economy and SMEs.
As a jeweler, Peter Poussenier specializes in diamonds of the highest quality and in the manufacture of bespoke jewelry set with diamonds and precious stones. You can contact us for a finished jewel from our collection or you can first look with us for a diamond around which we create your jewel.
In the Antwerp Jewish quarter
Antwerp is known for its diamonds industry and its Orthodox Jews. A few decades ago approximately eighty percent of Antwerp’s Jewish population used to make a living from the diamond industry. Apart from the gatherings in the diamond district and at the synagogue, Jews from Antwerp have lived mostly in different entities. The most recognizable community is that of the Haredi. After New York, London and Jerusalem, Antwerp is home to one of the largest ultra-Orthodox communities in the world.