Modding Your Prongs:
From faceted stones to cabochons
The anatomy of faceted stones requires that the prong on a pendant or ring settings for these types of cut stones have a pre-notched prong because the girdle of the faceted stone should rest right into the prong notch. At a trade show held in Vancouver this past weekend, we’ve modified many pendant and ring settings that had pre-notched prongs settings designed for faceted stones into prongs that work best (and look great) for cabochons.
Mark Lareau, our product specialist, will show you how you can easily modify the a pre-notched prong setting yourself into a flat prong setting suitable for cabochons.
Facebook Live Showroom EPISODE 88
10:30 am Pacific Time
Wednesday, March 30, 2022