Halo engagement rings feature a halo of diamonds, which surrounds the center stone. A diamond halo not only gives the ring additional sparkle and brilliance, it also gives the appearance of a larger center diamond. Today, I wanted to showcase our halo engagement rings, which are shown with a center pear shaped diamond. I personally adore pear shaped diamonds because they are flattering for anyone’s finger due to their elongated shape. With any fancy shaped diamond, the ratio for pear cut diamonds does vary. To learn more about diamond shape and ratios, please click here. To learn more about each of the engagement rings that are featured below, you may click on the provided links or on the individual photograph of the ring.
This halo engagement ring may be purchased in 14 karat gold, 18 karat gold, palladium, or platinum. The ring is set with approximately 0.75 cttw of sparkling G color VS clarity diamonds. This ring is ideal for a pear shaped engagement ring that weighs 0.50 ct to 2.00 ct, but it can be modified for a different carat weight or diamond/gemstone shape.
This engagement ring features a plain band with a diamond halo that features pave set diamonds around the center stone. The ring features approximately 0.15 cttw of G color VS clarity diamonds. Some women may prefer the look of a halo ring, but they favor the look of a plain band so that they can more easily mix and match different styles of wedding bands with their engagement ring.
This hand engraved engagement ring has an antique look. The ring is completed with milgrain detailing and is set with approximately 1.00 cttw of G color VS clarity diamonds. The setting is intricate and complements the center stone that you choose.
Split shank engagement rings are perfect for the woman that wants a little more finger coverage. This engagement ring is set with approximately 0.55 cttw of G color VS clarity diamonds and will be made in your preference of 14 kt gold, 18 kt gold, palladium, or platinum.
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