Palladium is a rare, precious metal, a lustrous silvery‐white color.
A pavé diamond is a small diamond set close to other small diamonds in a "paved" setting. This type of setting gives the illusion that the diamonds are one continuous sparkling row.
The pavilion is the bottom portion of a diamond, located between the girdle and the culet.
Pearl grading is not an exact science and depends on the grader's opinion. The most important factor in grading a pearl's value is its luster or shine. Other factors include surface quality, color, size, and shape.
A pink diamond is a colored diamond with a pink hue.
Pink gold is a mixture of gold, copper, and silver.
Platinum is an expensive, rare precious metal, soft, lustrous, silver-colored metal.
There are typically four types of precious gems: diamonds, rubies, emeralds, and sapphires.
Some metals are considered precious metals, and the four primary metals in this group are gold, silver, platinum, and palladium.
A princess necklace is an 18" necklace style that falls on the upper chest.
The prong setting typically has four or six metal prongs that extend up from the ring's basket and over the gemstone.
Pure gold is 100% pure a.k.a. 24 karats.