Definitions for "Invisible Setting"
Gemstones set next to each other, usually in multiple rows, with no metal between them, giving the appearance that they are set invisibly (without prongs, beads or channels). The stones actually have tiny grooves sawn on the bottom of them so they interlock or are held in place with wires like a puzzle.
A method of gem setting in which stones are held in place by an imperceptible track so that no metal is visible from the top.
a type of precious stone setting done by professional setters