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Take your partner's breath away with a halo diamond ring from Angelic Diamonds – our collection is truly stunning.
If you're looking for a ring that is truly sophisticated and unique, then look no further than this collection. In a range of metals, from 9K white gold and 18K rose gold to platinum, the customisable options of halo diamond engagement rings are endless.
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Halo rings take their name from the ‘halo’ setting that surrounds a central gem. The halo setting is usually filled with smaller diamonds known as accent stones. The space between the main gemstone and the halo emphasises the larger diamond in the centre, and the accent stones add even more sparkle and 'flash' to the ring. It's a complex design that requires a great deal of skill and experience to match up accent stones that are consistent in their shape and clarity and complement the central gem without overwhelming it. Find out how to make your diamonds appear bigger.
Nope. You can have almost any shape halo diamond ring, from round and square through to heart-shaped diamonds, tear-drop diamonds and even rare marquise-shaped diamonds. The halo effect will work with any shaped focal diamond, regardless of the shape. That's what makes halo rings so special – the halo makes the focal gem seem much bigger than it actually is.
The majority of halo rings are made from gold. You’ll find that most are either 9k or 18k gold. Rings made from 9k gold tend to be a little less expensive because the amount of gold used in creating 9k jewellery is lower than in 18k gold.
You may notice a slight difference in colour in classic yellow gold between the two types. If you choose rose gold, you will notice that 9k rose gold jewellery has a slightly darker coppery tone as there is a higher percentage of copper in the alloy. White gold is a particular favourite for rings as the silvery colour of the metal complements the diamonds and brings out the blue and violet tones in the gems.
Learn more about the metals in our jewellery with our metal education guide.
We always advise that it's best to take your diamond ring off when swimming, bathing, or participating in sports. This is to prevent it from suffering any damage or even slipping off your finger and down a filter or plug hole!
It's also wise to keep your diamond ring in a soft cloth pouch if you're doing the gardening or fixing the car. This will prevent the delicate corners or points from being knocked and chipped. It will also help avoid exposure to chemicals that could dull the shine of your ring.
Keep your ring clean and read our blog on how to clean your diamond rings.