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Consecutive

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OG0363/015/005
Signal white Gold 18kt
CG0240/015/005
White rhodium finish Gold 18kt
OG0152/3R/01/0…
tricolor w/r/y Gold 18kt (MultiColor)
CG0238
Signal white Gold 18kt
CG0236/PEA
Signal white Gold 18kt
CG0210PEA/070/…
White rhodium finish Gold 18kt
CG0080B/065/6
Yellow Gold 18kt
CG0080B/05/8
White rhodium finish Gold 18kt
CG0180/4/RND
Yellow Gold 18kt
HG0362PRI/08/07
Yellow Gold 18kt
AG0183B/01K
Yellow Gold 18kt
CG0234/BTS/BAG…
Yellow Gold 18kt
AG0054L/14
White rhodium finish Gold 18kt
OG0063U/BAR/11…
Yellow Gold 18kt
OG0215/65K/20
White rhodium finish Gold 18kt
AG0061/08
Signal white Gold 18kt
AG0054P/08
White rhodium finish Gold 18kt
AG0054P/20
White rhodium finish Gold 18kt
AG0054/16/16
White rhodium finish Gold 18kt
RG0305/20K/15/8
Yellow Gold 18kt

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.