Hidden Halo Natural Diamond Engagement Ring Collection
Each stunning certified natural diamond hidden halo engagement ring features a natural conflict free micro diamond pavé halo that can only be seen from the side view of the ring. This gorgeous design is featured on the best selling Paris, Lively and Coco rings. Each ring comes complete with a IGI or GIA grading certificate.
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Hidden Halo Engagement Rings
What are hidden halo engagement rings?
Engagement rings with hidden halo settings have a tiny diamond or gemstone halo hidden behind the main stone. The smaller stones in a concealed halo are arranged so that, in contrast to standard halo settings, they are not immediately visible from the top view. This design keeps a clean, minimalist look while giving the impression of a larger centre stone. The main gem's brilliance and perceived size are enhanced by the hidden halo, which does not have the pronounced shape of typical halo rings. For those who want a more subdued elegance in their engagement ring, this unique style gives a subtle yet dramatic upgrade.
What is the history of hidden halo engagement rings?
Traditional halo settings gave way to hidden halo engagement rings as a result of a desire for understatement and creativity in ring design. Although their exact origins are unknown, they were well-known in modern jewellery around the turn of the twenty-first century. Jewellers created hidden halos underneath the main gem in an attempt to improve the beauty of the core stone without having a visible halo. The goal of this innovative design was to showcase a larger centre stone in a smooth, sophisticated manner while keeping a delicate, understated grace. For those looking for an engagement ring that combines conventional and modern design elements, hidden halos offer a fresh take on the classic settings.
Are hidden halo engagement rings hard to clean?
Cleaning hidden halos, which are tucked under the central stone, can be a little more difficult than cleaning open halos. Because they are hidden, they could eventually collect dust or debris and need more thorough cleaning. These fine places can be reached with the aid of a soft-bristled brush or a jewellery cleaning solution made especially for delicate settings. It is suggested to do periodic professional cleaning and light brushing to preserve the hidden halo's radiance without inflicting any harm. For individuals who value their subtle, beautiful appeal, the extraordinary boost they offer to the ring frequently surpasses the extra cleaning work required.
Celebrity Hidden Halo Rings
Millie Bobby Brown’s hidden halo engagement ring
Jake Bongiovi, Jon Bon Jovi's son, presented Millie Bobby Brown with an engagement ring that features a striking hidden halo design. This remarkable ring displays a sizeable centre stone surrounded by delicate diamonds tucked beneath, adding an essence of elegance and modernity to this timeless piece, symbolising the profound depth of their love.
Lily Arkwright Loves
Paris radiant or Lively oval rings
Concealed halo engagement rings captivate with their intricate brilliance, concealing a circle of diamonds beneath the central stone. This subtle yet captivating style enhances the ring's radiance, framing the main gem and introducing an enchanting new dimension. A fusion of sophistication and elegance, hidden halos enhance the allure of classic rings.