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A pin setting is used primarily for Pearls where they are set on a ring. In this instance, the surrounding precious metal is sculpted into a dish shape to support the gem, which is then partially drilled and bonded onto a metal pin. A similar style of setting is used for briolette cut gems suspended from earrings. Here though, the gem sits in a piece of metal similar in shape to an upturned ice cream cone and the pin is once again inserted into the gem.
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