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Tips For Buying Halo Engagement Rings
When choosing your halo engagement ring, there are a lot of factors to consider, whether it's deciding between yellow gold, white gold, or rose gold, choosing a halo engagement ring setting.
Alternatively, just confirming your choice of a diamond cut for the center stone, you will have to make a lot of decisions. Here are some of the details for you to iron out.
Pavé or Non-Pavé?
One of the significant decisions you'll have to make is whether you want the small diamonds on your engagement ring to encircle only the center diamond or to encircle the band as well—the pavé style. This additional detail can add quite a bit of bling to halo engagement rings.
If you think your partner will want a minimalist look for their diamond ring, forget the pavé. If they love glimmer and sparkle, pavé is the way to go.
Center Stone Center Stage
Because the smaller diamonds encircle the larger diamond, halo diamond engagement rings make the center stone look huge. And, because you're adding a lot of smaller diamonds, you're increasing the ring's carat weight without significantly raising the overall price; smaller diamonds are far less expensive than a single diamond of the same weight.
Choose a Unique Shape
Many halo engagement rings feature a round center diamond. You may want to consider a fancy shape to give your halo engagement ring a unique character and style. You may choose the center stone to be round cut, cushion cut, or pear.
Less traditional cuts look great in a halo ring, especially oval cut, princess cut, radiant cut, or emerald cut. Whatever shape and style you choose, your halo engagement ring is bound to shimmer and shine.
Shine On, Pretty Diamond
If you have a less-than-sparkling diamond or a flawless diamond that you want to highlight, a halo ring setting will up the brilliant glitter factor. This is one reason halo engagement rings are popular.
Regardless of stone quality, adding tiny, light-catching diamonds will definitely make your ring shine and sparkle even more.
Glitz it up With Gold
In recent years, white gold has been the most popular metal for engagement rings. This is no surprise, given its versatile nature. It matches everything and still holds more value than silver.
When looking at halo engagement rings, consider other metals that accentuate the center diamond. White gold is fantastic, but consider yellow gold, rose gold, and platinum when designing your halo engagement ring.
Clean Origin's Selection of Halo Engagement Rings
Our extensive selection of halo engagement rings is sure to have something for your special someone. We've got it all from vintage and intricate to sleek and modern. Browse our collection to find the perfect halo engagement ring for your lab-grown diamond.