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The halo effect in diamond engagement rings have led the solitaire wedding and engagement ring industry down a turn that was not taken before. Prior to this, solitaire princess cut and round cut diamond rings occupied the hearts and minds of the customers. Their beauty and brilliance paralleled none other artefacts that were brought into the showrooms with a figment of hope to counter their popularity. In fact, at one point, these rings sold so much that it rather offset the balance. However, since the launch of these pluperfect halo rings, the popularity of princess cut solitaires has been shadowed largely. So, along comes the era of eclipse rings.
Another Halo Ring with a Colored Stone
Rose gold is high in fashion these days. Luckily, you will find some designs in the halo ring section too. This one is a joy to the eyes. Set with a large square ruby at the center, this one is bordered with white diamonds around the edge. The soft cuts of the ring is a deviation from the classic rounded edging, but that seems the part of the plan. The band emerges in a straight line to a point from where it curves around to complete the circle. The linear slopes are beset with similar setting of Diamonds. You may alter that with diamonds if you like. The ruby on top can also be replaced with a sapphire stone of your choice. You can also choose to have a pink diamond as the center stone as it would be more relevant to the soft pink glow of rose gold.
Floral Accent: A Halo Ring with a Difference
Bloom and blush, though abstract, are somethings that only a pair of eyes can catch. If any qualifying word rounds up the aesthetics of this piece, then it would be both. The ring is of halo style as mentioned, but in an extremely beautiful floral design. The silhouette of the center cushion cut diamond is lined with smaller diamonds. Though the halo does not interrupt in concretizing the shape of the stone it purses, but four stones are strategically placed in the middle points to create a wonderful flowery appeal. The band is plain platinum with no interruptions of details. The smaller stones are held by micro paving while the larger ones and the center stone sit in prong brackets. The ring is unique in the truest sense.
A Garland of Many Stones
Most people will side with the opinion that the halo effect looks best when stones of a different shade is used to silhouette the center stone. It only makes the lining look more prominent. This one makes the best pic for those in agreement. A burning yellow sapphire stone on top with a string of white diamonds bordering it is a wonderful sight. The band has three diamonds on each side. You may want to try out a few different gemstones for better customization. All in all, this gold wedding ring is bold and is heavier than the above two.