Diamonds are equally spaced approximately 0.10 mm apart.
Bead prongs are proportionally sized, consistently rounded, and smooth so the ring is comfortable to wear.
Shank thickness is substantial enough to support the bead-set diamonds securely for normal wear.
To maintain shank strength, there are no openings or drill holes beneath the settings. The bearings support the diamonds above the shank surface to allow for easier cleaning.
If the ring has been properly sized, the shank should be round and the stones tight and secure.
Shank thickness is substantial enough to support the bead-set diamonds securely during normal wear.
Bead contact on crowns ranges between 30 and 40%, and beads – even split beads – are ample enough for proper setting and stone security.
Each bearing is precisely fitted to the stone size, and diamonds are seated securely.