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Micro Pave in fashion
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Apr '09
King Ice, a leading e-retailer of hip hop jewelry, has introduced a new line of Micro pave rings, pendants, bracelets and earrings. Micro pave refers to the practice of paving the surface of jewelry with numerous cubic zirconia stones. The final product, often referred to as "iced out," features a glittering, highly reflective surface comparable to a diamond presentation.

"Micro pave is the next generation of hip hop jewelry," said Tom Diep of King Ice. "You can get that diamond look without paying diamond prices. Some of our customers are entertainers who could easily afford diamond bling style jewelry but choose to wear micro pave jewelry as the quality is practically indistinguishable from diamonds."

Micro pave stones are technically 1.5mm or less in diameter. An experienced jeweler will hand prepare the surface of a bracelet, for example, by creating small settings capable of securely holding cz diamonds. The micro cz stones are then set accordingly, creating a classic iced out bling style piece. Micro pave jewelry includes black and yellow colored stones and the use of sterling silver, gold or rhodium as materials.

Micro pave jewelry is featured in a wide variety of designs such as crosses, skulls and animals.

King Ice


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