Halo

Halo

The halo engagement ring is definitely one of the more sparkly engagement ring styles. The center diamond, which can be any shape, is surrounded with small diamonds resembling a diamond frame.
The most important element in a Halo engagement ring is the proportion between the halo and the center stone. The next important element is the proportion between the band and the entire top section of the ring. I choose the width of the halo according to the center stone’s size, shape and overall hand structure. For example, an emerald cut stone with its clean and tailored look will require a more tailored halo such as the case in Roxana Halo Diamond Engagement ring. The halo enhances and brings out the beauty of the center stone. On the other hand, a round brilliant cut diamond can handle both a narrow halo and a halo with a little more width to it. The way I choose is based on your hand structure. Also, for a hand that can handle a wide center look, I can make a cushion shape halo for a round brilliant diamond, such as the Tracey Halo Engagement ring. Once I finish the calculations for the halo, then I make the band. Whether the ring has a straight band such as Tracey Halo Engagement ring or tapered and elaborate like Danielle Halo Engagement ring, one thing they all have in common is a band that’s in perfect harmony with the center halo section. The band never over powers the ring and never sits there insignificantly.
Last but definitely not least is the style of diamond setting which can be either pavé such as Danielle’s. French set such as Roxana’s or Fish tail such as Tracey’s. If you don’t have a preference, I will recommend it based on the center diamond, your hand structure and your style. The end result is the best looking halo diamond engagement ring you can possibly have.

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