Prong Wedding Bands
Characteristics of Prong Wedding RingsWhen it comes to picking out your engagement ring, quality should come before nearly everything else. A prong wedding band features stones that are set so closely together that they can share the same prongs. This allows for a tighter display and a more secure fit, as well as allowing the light to play off more of the diamond, as less of the gemstone is obscured by metal banding or prongs. The end result is a durable heirloom that boasts a dazzling exchange of light and color, which is why prong wedding bands are such a popular choice of ring.
Popular Prong Ring Collections at Good Old GoldFounded and located in Southern California, Tacori is a conflict-free jewelry house that gives back to the community at every opportunity. Renowned for their iconic crescent design—a series of interlocking crescent shapes that create eye-catching curves and angles on the band of a ring—Tacori brings the same care and involvement to each piece as they do to charity. The Classic Crescent collection emphasizes the jewelry house's trademark design to create even more opportunities for light to reflect off each gemstone. The Petite Crescent collection scales down the crescents for a sweet, delicate approach to the same design.
Custom-making beautiful works of art since 1898, Whitehouse Brothers is locally sourced and offers jewelry that was made entirely in the United States. Originally known for their platinum jewelry, Whitehouse Brothers has made a name for itself as one of the premiere engagement ring designers since their founding over a hundred years ago. Their Solitaire collection features smooth, bold lines that direct the eye towards the high-quality center stone and create a simple, dramatic style for each piece. The Classic collection still favors a prominent center stone, but adds smaller gemstones bracketing the center for a dazzling show of light.