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Would you like a larger diamond for your ring but the price tag is holding you back? A halo ring optically enlarges your diamond by surrounding it with smaller diamonds. This enables you to stay in budget but still have an impressive ring. So what is a halo engagement ring exactly? We will be happy to explain.
- The meaning and the name of the halo ring
- What centre stone suits a halo ring?
- When do you wear a halo ring?
- What types of rings and settings are there?
Most viewed diamond jewels
VeneziaFrom € 6.220 (excl. VAT)
1.50 carat diamond gradient bracelet in yellow goldFrom € 3.940 (excl. VAT)
1.20 carat diamond eternity ring in red goldFrom € 2.660 (excl. VAT)
0.55 carat diamond eternity ring (full set) in white goldFrom € 1.270 (excl. VAT)
1.70 carat design medallion with small round diamonds in white goldFrom € 7.540 (excl. VAT)
So, which diamonds provide the best combination in a halo ring? That actually mainly depends on your budget. The fact is, you do not buy a halo ring every day. Optically, a medium diamond surrounded by a row of smaller diamonds, or a small diamond with three rows of smaller diamonds around it, makes little difference. To enhance the look, you can also inset colourless or coloured pavé diamonds in the band.
If you are stuck when looking for a diamond, then don't hesitate to ask the jewellery experts at BAUNAT for advice.