Engagement rings with a halo of diamonds that surround a center stone with sparkle first became popular in the 1920s and 1930s…and they are still on-trend! The charming classic style maximizes carat weight, and flatters all diamond shapes, from Asscher to cushion, emerald, heart, marquise, oval, pear, princess, radiant, and round.

Bridal designers, including Calla Lily, Forevermark, Gabriel & Co., Scott Kay, L’Amour Crisscut, Michael B., Simon G. and Verragio offer halo engagement settings with plain, pave, split shank and twisted bands. Check out a Tacori channel-set halo with princess-shaped diamond from the RoyalT collection. Look at the Simon G. Duchess collection with its round halo and pear-shaped sapphire side stones. A n oval-shaped fancy yellow-shaped engagement ring from Varna features a double halo! You may groove on the vintage vibe of a Ritani engagement mounting with hexagonal halo. A halo setting works as well for colored gemstones as it does for diamonds.

A halo engagement ring delivers understated bling with heirloom appeal, today and forever.

Halo Diamond Engagement Rings

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