The halo design was first introduced as a way to make a small diamond ring look larger. Over the years, the style has become more and more about making the halo a design element itself. And with the Nexus Diamond™ Alternatives, which cost so much less than diamonds, you can get a large center stone AND embellish it with a unique halo. That is what inspired these four new designs.
This halo wraps the center stone in accent stones and metalwork. It is designed to look as though the halo is knotted around the center stone. Not only does it look amazing, but we love the symbolism behind it; the idea of knotting your lives together is so romantic.
Why not combine two trendy rings styles into one? That’s exactly what this new design does. A three stone is transformed by adding a halo around each of the three main stones. It gives a nod to the past-present-future symbolism of a three stone, while the halos make it ultra glam.
Where a typical halo isn’t thought of as ‘subtle,’ this halo design relies on hiding some of its secrets. The halo is around the profile of the setting, so it’s something for its wearer to enjoy. The dainty band is accented, making this one appear to be a simple accented design from the top. Its beauty is just for you.
With six prongs and a subtly scalloped halo, this design relies on heavier metalwork than typical halo designs. It still has a feminine style, which is contrasted with a more substantial piece. We particularly love it in rose or yellow gold, which makes the stones pop against the metalwork.
Which new halo engagement ring design is your favorite?