Halo engagement rings are the perfect combination between a diamond solitaire and a vintage engagement ring. The halos allow for a little more glamour while simultaneously making the center stone appear larger. For these rings, it’s all about the center stone and the band is often plain or has a few diamond and milgrain embellishments.
Engagement ring halos are just what they sound like. They are most commonly a border of pave white diamonds encircling the center stone. While halos are most commonly made of diamonds, a modern twist on this trend might be a plain circle of metal or it will be set with a colored gemstone such as sapphires. Natalie Portman’s engagement ring features a double diamond halo framing her four carat round-cut diamond.
This A. Jaffe for Forevermark engagement ring mounting is an example of the classic halo design. The shank is a simple slender polished band and the halo, rather than being a single row of diamonds is instead a pave diamond circle. It’s easy to see how much that simple halo shows off a beautiful round-cut diamond.
For a halo design with a little more glitter, try this Norman Silverman engagement ring on for size. The beautiful oval-cut diamond is framed by not one, but two stunning diamond halos. For an even more dazzling effect, this engagement ring also features a split pave diamond shank.
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