Which setting for AVR Amora?

Discussion in 'Amora Gem Forum' started by kashmira10, Sep 17, 2017.

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Which setting?

  1. BTD Timeless Regal

    14.3%
  2. Vatche U113

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  3. Tiffany Style ring from August Vintage Inc.

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  4. Stuller Model #123054

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  5. CVB Jovyn

    100.0%
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  1. kashmira10

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  2. NolaJules

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    Well, the good news is that you can't possibly go wrong here :)

    I have a 2.68 I/IF AVR in a platinum CVB Jovyn, and it is absolute perfection. The lines on the Jovyn are so exquisitely fluid and perfectly executed. And the AVR will literally take your breath away. (I've had mine for 3 months now, and get busted drooling over it almost daily. Whoops.)

    Actually previously owned the Vatche U-113, and while it is a very pretty and well-proportioned solitaire, the Jovyn is just in a league of its own.

    Good luck!!
     
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    Thanks, NolaJules for the feedback! Do you find that the claw prongs snag easily? A local jeweler was against the claw prongs for that reason.
     
  4. Dana ♥

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    prongs shouldn't catch or snag - no matter if they're claws, talons, or rounded.

    the only possible exception is if you're having a ring that was already set, re-set with a different stone, without having the prongs retipped. because then the seats cut into the prongs and angles of the inner edges might not line up perfectly with the new stone.
    but even then, they shouldn't snag enough to be an issue.
     
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    Happy to help! I don't have trouble with the claw prongs snagging at all--Caysie is a master at prongs. Her bench offers something like 11 different prong styles, if you're concerned about snagging.
     

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