Invisible setting is a method of setting gems, in which a mosaic-like array of stones seems to float seamlessly in a piece, with no visible prongs or support. The process involves individually and very precisely setting the stones with grooved girdles which are locked into a thin wire framework.
GERALDO advanced the “invisible” technique to new horizons, improving the technology and thus allowing it to be applied for round diamonds, and then moving beyond almost any design boundaries.
A statement piece of magnificent 69 carats exudes understated elegance. A diamond is a rare natural gift - and in that, a smart investment that never loses it's value.
The pinnacle aim of any master jeweller is to give diamonds the freedom to reveal their full beauty with the play of the light, by using as little gold as possible in the setting. The King Solomon utilises a golden bracket to hold together this array of stones.