MATERIAL OF EARRINGS
Full Set of 4 pairs of Earrings
Using 'Micropave' or 'Microscopic setting, "Queen of Hearts Earrings's crystal creation" - ‘Micropave’ refers to a technique of setting small stones in rows, that is only possible using high magnification. It is usually intricate, and using the smallest possible stones to achieve a uniform glitter on the ring’s surface. Some variations of the term are: microscopic pave, mini-pave, micro-set, etc. The word ‘pave’ (pronounced pah-vay) is French and refers to the intricately placed pieces of cobblestone that comprise many European roadways.
The difference between micropave and pave is that stones used in micropave are much smaller (melee) and are set using a different technique. Unlike regular pave, where stone sizes can vary in order to fill the space, micropave achieves that same result by using stones of a uniform size that are offset from row to row creating a honeycomb-like pattern.
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