Classic Round Halo Engagement Rings

Posted on January 17 2018

Halo engagement rings have gained popularity due to their timelessness, affordability, and their ability to make a center stone appear larger. The most popular center stone shape is round brilliant. We offer a huge collection of halo engagement rings, including various shapes and sizes. Below are three of our most popular halo engagement rings that are shown with a round center stone.

1. Round Halo Engagement Ring with Pave Accents

Round Halo Engagement Ring with Pave Accents

You cannot go wrong with a classic round halo. This ring features u pave set diamonds that weigh approximately 0.40 cttw. We select only G color VS clarity accent diamonds, which will enhance the look of your diamond or moissanite center stone. The ring has a versatile 1.7mm wide band.

2. Round Engagement Ring with Halo

Round Engagement Ring with Halo

This pave set ring features a 1.7mm wide band. We choose G color VS clarity accent diamonds for this ring, which will weigh collectively 0.25 cttw approximately. deBebians offers different precious metal options for our engagement rings, including white, yellow, or rose gold, palladium, and platinum.

3. Art Deco Style Halo Engagement Ring

Art Deco Style Halo Engagement Ring

For the lover of antique or Art Deco engagement rings, we offer this distinctive ring. Decorated with a mixture of baguette and round diamonds, this ring evokes feelings of whimsical eras that have gone by. Our GIA graduate gemologists select G color VS clarity diamonds weighing 0.60 cttw approximately. We complete the look of the ring with hand engraving and milgrain details.

These rings can be customized to fit any other shape center stone that you wish. Please contact a deBebians jewelry expert or GIA graduate gemologist if you would like assistance in selecting a center GIA certified diamond or moissanite center stone.

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