Peter Poussenier Bv

Catalogue

6-prong setting

6-prong setting   ×
RG1495/6/130/0…
Yellow Gold 18kt
RG0644B/6/020
Yellow Gold 18kt
RG1463/6/150/0…
Yellow Gold 18kt
OG0273R/6/70
White rhodium finish Gold 18kt
OG0061HS/6/100
Yellow Gold 18kt
RG1021/6/100
Yellow Gold 18kt
RG1516/6/050/0…
Yellow Gold 18kt
RG0684BR/6/75
Gold 18kt (12% Palladium)
RG0684/6/75
White rhodium finish Gold 18kt
RG0684BB/6/94MM
White rhodium finish Pure Palladium

The 6-prong setting is one of the most popular methods of setting a gemstone. Here are some potential advantages of a six claw or six prong setting: Increased security: The additional claws provide more points of contact, which can increase the overall stability of the gemstone in the setting. This can help to reduce the risk of the stone becoming loose or falling out of the setting. Improved light performance: The six claws can be positioned in a way that maximizes the amount of light that is able to pass through the gemstone. This can enhance the stone's brilliance, fire, and overall visual appeal. Versatility: Six claw settings can be used with a wide variety of gemstone shapes and sizes, making them a versatile choice for different types of jewelry. Durability: Six claw settings can be very durable and resistant to wear and tear, which can make them a good choice for everyday wear. Aesthetic appeal: The six claw setting can be visually appealing and can provide an elegant, classic look to the jewelry piece. Ultimately, the advantages of a six claw setting will depend on the specific design and materials used, as well as the preferences of the wearer.