Diamond Halo Rings – everything old is new again!
The Diamond Halo ring features a centre diamond or gemstone of any shape with encircling smaller diamonds. The term “halo” is used because the centre stone looks like it has a halo.
This setting finds its origins in the diamond surround rings made popular in the Georgian and Victorian Eras with a modern twist.
While the halo ring settings are typically set with diamonds as the centre stone, this isn’t always the case. The halo ring setting can be set with all sorts of gems, such as sapphire, ruby and emerald. The halo style can also be used with many different cuts of gems, such as round, cushion, pear and old mine cut, just to name a few!
The halo ring effect also makes the centre stone look more brilliant and it brings the viewers attention to the centre stone.