Characteristics of Halo Engagement RingsThe halo engagement ring is a style dating back to the Victorian Era, and what may have otherwise been perceived as a vintage style flourishes today thanks to its beauty, timelessness, and variability. In modern jewelry design, halo engagement rings use a delightful variety of diamond cuts, as well as a rainbow of different gold tones and contemporary aesthetics to make bridal jewelry that dazzles the senses. Here at Rogers Jewelry Co., we showcase halo engagement rings from a wide variety of top designers, meaning that you’re sure to find what you’re looking for when you shop with us.
Popular Halo Ring Collections at Rogers Jewelry Co.One of the big distinctions in halo engagement ring design is whether to put the halo closer to the center diamond or to lift the center stone above to create a stepped look. It largely depends on the aesthetic tastes of the woman who’ll own the ring, but we have something to please everyone. Sylvie halo engagement rings, for example, tend to place the halo closer to the center diamond, accentuated by elegant pairings of round-cut halo diamonds and unique side stones, including kite- and trapezoid-cut stones. In any case, you’ll find that each ring is made from highest-quality 18k white gold (and occasionally 18k rose gold).
Beautiful as they are, halos don’t have to be simple geometric shapes. Fire and Ice offers the Claire collection engagement ring, whose glorious halo is shaped like the top of a heart on all sides, the inward curves topped with a fleur-de-lis made of diamonds. Alternatively, for a more traditional halo, the A. Jaffe Seasons of Love collection, crafted from velvety platinum, features halo engagement rings whose European base and sculpted gallery hold up a diamond-studded halo that is sure to capture any spark of light and reflect it a thousand different ways.