Characteristics of Pave Wedding BandsPave wedding bands offer incomparable beauty and provide the ideal companionship to any engagement ring. The word “pave” originates from the French verb to cobble -- and essentially, this is what a ring with this style looks like. Small stones are set closely together, so the wedding band looks like it is paved with jewels. A jeweler fastens each stone with tiny beads of metal, and the final effect is a gorgeous texture illuminated by the array of jewels set in place. Here at Rumanoff’s Fine Jewelers, we offer a wide variety of looks that utilize this technique for a diverse offering of wedding bands for you to choose from.
Popular Collections of Pave Wedding Bands at Rumanoff’s Fine JewelryThe pave wedding bands from Hearts on Fire all showcase “The World’s Most Perfectly Cut Diamond” in their designs. Each stone can be distinguished by the eight hearts and the Fireburst pattern found in the diamonds. The rings from their Beloved, Copley, and Lorelei collections are representative of the kind of painstaking effort that goes into each piece.
Additionally, the wedding bands from Tacori -- including the ones in collections like RoyalT, Simply Tacori, and Classic Crescent -- carry a signature design element as well. Look on the inner face of each ring band, and you’ll discover the Tacori crescent silhouette: a pattern of interlocking half-moons that adorn the surface of each ring.