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Rose Quartz Cushion Silver Prong Ring
Rainbow Moonstone Marquise Silver Prong Ring
Rainbow Moonstone Oval Silver Prong Ring
Natural Lapis Square Silver Prong Ring
Natural Lapis Round Silver Prong Ring
Natural Labradorite Pear Silver Prong Ring
Natural Labradorite Trillion Silver Prong Ring
Raw Sapphire Cushion Silver Prong Stud Earring
Rainbow Moonstone Marquise Silver Prong Stud Earring
Labradorite Pear Silver Prong Stud Earring
Green Onyx Oval Silver Prong Stud Earring
Blue Chalcedony Square Silver Prong Stud Earring
Black Onyx Round Silver Prong Stud Earring
Aqua Chalcedony Trillion Silver Prong Stud Earring
Natural Turquoise Oval Silver Prong Dangle Earrings
Rainbow Moonstone Marquise Silver Prong Dangle Earrings
Green Onyx Square Silver Prong Dangle Earrings
Black Onyx Cushion Silver Prong Dangle Earrings
Aqua Chalcedony Round Silver Prong Dangle Earrings
Natural African Amethyst Silver Prong Dangle Earrings
Turquoise Oval Silver Prong Pendant
Raw Emerald Trillion Silver Prong Pendant
Rainbow Moonstone Marquise Silver Prong Pendant
Labradorite Pear Silver Prong Pendant
Carnelian Square Silver Prong Pendant
Sapphire Cushion Silver Prong Pendant
Natural African Amethyst Silver Prong Pendant
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A prong setting, sometimes called a claw setting, is the most commonly used gemstone setting and is especially popular for solitaire engagement rings. Prong settings, when done correctly, are ideal for holding large stones snugly in place. However, sometimes this type of setting might not be the right choice for you. What is a Prong Setting? You've likely seen prong settings before: a diamond or gem is inserted into three or more metal prongs that form a basket-like base. Then, the ends of the prongs are bent over and shaped around the stone. This creates a cradle where the top of the prong rests against the crown of the stone.