6 Best Halo Diamond Engagement Rings

Author Lynelle Schmidt
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Date Sep 29, 2014

A halo diamond engagement engagement ring is a beautiful style that really helps to add volume to the ring while also highlighting the center stone. It is one of the most popular engagement ring styles available today and for good reason! You can really add a lot of detail and sparkle to an engagement ring by adding a diamond halo to it.

While it may not seem like it, there are actually a lot of different styles of halo diamond engagement rings to choose from.

We've taken the time to narrow all of them down to what we feel like are the 6 best halo diamond engagement rings to help you on your search:

1. Classic Halo

6 Best Halo Diamond Engagement Rings

Featured: 18K White Gold Halo Engagement Ring by Long's

There is nothing more timeless than the classic halo ring with its minimalist design. The center diamond and halo are really the star with this type of ring when paired with a simple metal band. There is something truly beautiful and understated when it comes to the classic halo.

2. Halo With Diamond Accents

6 Best Halo Diamond Engagement Rings

Featured: 18K White Gold Cushion Diamond Halo Engagement Ring by A. Jaffe

To take the classic halo style up a notch, there is the halo style with diamond accents. Sometimes you want just a little extra bling and sparkle, but still also want a more simplistic halo design. With tiny diamonds in the halo and on the band, this style halo ring will really sparkle when the light hits it.

3. Split Shank Halo

6 Best Halo Diamond Engagement Rings

Featured: Platinum Cushion Halo Diamond "V" Band Engagement Ring by Ritani

A split shank halo ring is a more unique take on the classic halo style. With this design, the band splits as it gets closer to the center stone to create two different paths. The split can happen on the side of the ring or closer to the very top for a more subtle split. This style of halo gives the ring a fuller and bigger look.

4. Double Halo

6 Best Halo Diamond Engagement Rings

Featured: 18K White Gold Double Halo Diamond Shank Engagement Ring by A. Jaffe

If you want a really pronounced bling to your halo ring, then go with the double halo style. Not only does it add two layers of tiny diamonds to the center stone, but it is also a great way to get a big diamond look with a more affordable price tag. Having a lot of smaller diamonds circling the ring will most likely be cheaper than getting a larger center diamond. So, you can achieve a really great sparkle without having to pay a fortune!

5. Geometric Halo

6 Best Halo Diamond Engagement Rings

Featured: 18K White Gold Vintage Hexagonal Halo Vaulted Diamond Band Engagement Ring by Ritani

A really unique take on the halo style is a geometric shaped halo, like a hexagon. The more classic halo shapes include circles, ovals, or squares. But, a geometric shape like a hexagon will be something that is just a little bit different that adds a level of complexity to an otherwise simple style.

6. Micropave Halo

6 Best Halo Diamond Engagement Rings

Featured: Platinum Endless Love Round Brilliant Halo Micropave Diamond Band Engagement Ring by Ritani

Another great style of halo engagement rings is a micropave halo. A pave halo will feel more smooth and almost silk-like based on how the diamonds are positioned in the pave. The halo will appear as if it is a channel set, which looks as if all of the tiny diamonds in the halo are contained within walls of metal that surround the center stone.

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