Halo Engagement Rings
If you’re looking for an engagement ring that oozes elegance and radiates the ultimate sparkle, Diamond Heaven’s selection of Halo Engagement Rings is what you’re looking for.
Halo Engagement Rings feature a single, stunning central diamond encased by smaller stones to create show-stopping pieces of jewellery that will turn heads everywhere. Choose from our radiant selection of Halo Engagement Rings in yellow gold, rose gold, white or platinum bands. Whether your partner would prefer a classic round shaped diamond, a dazzling princess cut diamond or an elegant oval design, we have the right Halo Engagement Ring for you.
We offer a range of finance options to help you spread the cost of your Halo Engagement Ring. All of our Engagement Rings and Wedding Rings come with a 12-month warranty to ensure they are right for you.
To view our Halo Engagement Ring collection in person, visit one of our showrooms in Birmingham, London, Manchester, Glasgow, Cardiff or Leeds and experience our exceptional customer service.
The diamond halo ring is a ring with a setting that encircles a center diamond, surrounded by a collection of round pavÃƒÂ© or micro-pavÃƒÂ© diamonds. In some cases, the diamond can be encircled by faceted coloured gemstones. What makes this timeless design truly unique is the high-carat handcrafted center diamond - it demands attention and looks tremendous in a halo setting.
One of the most appealing features of a halo ring is the sparkle it gives off. To enhance this sparkle further, combine a round brilliant diamond with a slightly squared halo, for unbeatable sparkle.
One of the main reasons Halo engagement rings are so popular is that the outer diamonds actually make the central diamond look a lot bigger; resulting in a show stopping piece. Also, the cost of many smaller diamonds plus the centre diamond will be significantly less than one diamond of the same total carat weight meaning you get more sparkle for your money.
A flush halo setting is where the center stone is flush (flat) with the halo itself. A floating halo means the center stone is held apart and above the halo. This creates space between the surrounding halo and the center stone.