Usually, the gemstones are held closely in the pave diamond band ring and set into the tiny grooves on the metal surface. Here, the gemstones are arranged in such a manner that the prongs that secure the stones are barely visible in order to offer a continuous bling.
Pave diamond ring settings are often used to embellish the band of a ring to spruce up the overall magnificence of a ring and to highlight the main gemstone. This will be particularly suitable for beautifying the center diamond that is less brilliant.
One of the major advantages of considering a pave band diamond ring is that it can be designed in both vintage and contemporary styles. However, note that the minimum carat weight of a gemstone must be 0.1ct in order to pave set it; the stones with a lesser carat weight are usually micro paved on a metal setting.