claw setting

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claw setting

n
(Jewellery) Brit a jewellery setting with clawlike prongs. US equivalent: Tiffany setting
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Studex products are available in stainless steel, titanium, and 10k, 14k and 18k gold, as well as a line of diamond studs in 14k gold that utilize a Tiffany setting.
celebrated the 130th anniversary of the iconic Tiffany Setting in its boutique in Beirut downtown.
The Tiffany Setting is the most copied engagement ring design in the world, created by Tiffany founder Charles Lewis Tiffany in 1886, where the round, brilliant-cut diamond is lifted on a pedestal of six prongs to display the beauty and magnificence of the precious gem.
Throughout history no single jewelry design has enjoyed such profound influence or universal popularity as the Tiffany Setting, the patented six-prong setting for Tiffany's brilliant-cut diamonds.
But rather than even consider the image of renal calculi as bauble in a Tiffany setting, we prefer the use he made of the stone--as the foundation for a family's future.
The ring, a simple but elegant bauble in a modern Tiffany setting, has been put on display with the other jewels.
Just as a Tiffany setting sets off the diamond, so our familiarity with the time-honored ritual and ceremony serve to direct our attention to the encounter with God, which is the Mass.
It will retail for roughly $175 for a five-piece place setting, whereas a Tiffany setting sold for $240.
TIFFANY the TIFFANY SETTING and the TIFFANY BLUE BOX are trademarks of Tiffany and Company and its affiliates.
The company has developed a line of genuine diamond studs in 14k gold utilizing a Tiffany setting.
A Bridal Afternoon Tea will be offered to couples who purchase a classic Tiffany Setting engagement ring and a Raffles Bridal Package available from Aug.
Introduced by founder Charles Lewis Tiffany in 1886, the so-called Tiffany Setting was designed both for function and as symbol of the giver's affection.