What sets double halo engagement rings apart? A rule of thumb is that a single halo can make a center stone look a carat larger, so by its very nature, a double halo amplifies that effect twofold. Double halo engagement rings are big, bold statement pieces that are perfectly designed to include other catchy elements.
Here at Medawar Jewelers, we’re pleased to be able to offer a wide variety of different halo engagement rings with double levels, and today, we’re going to showcase some trendy pieces from our favorite designers:
Parade Hemera Ring
Parade’s Hemera collection shows that just because your engagement ring has two halos, it doesn’t have to be structurally symmetrical. On the contrary! This model from the Hemera collection shows off a sense of artistic asymmetry, elegant pave-set diamonds in the halo turning them into rivers of light surrounding the center diamond at the heart of this engagement ring. The split shanks add a bit of lightness to this ring, making the overall effect an engagement ring that both draws the eye and has a modern sense of motion and flow.
Noam Carver Halo & Floral Rings
These two engagement rings from Noam Carver show off two different ways that halos can frame and accentuate their center diamond. In the case of the Halo collection ring, the halos are in the shape of the center pear-cut diamond, and the effect is that your 0.75 to 1.25 carat diamond automatically looks between 2.75 and 3.25 carats, which is a tremendous jump in the aesthetic grandiosity of a diamond!
The Floral collection ring, on the other hand, favors halos like the shape of a blooming chrysanthemum. In this case, the center diamond somewhat “dissolves” into the overall shape and fire of the “diamond flower”—a very curious and elegant way of expressing one’s personal tastes!
Verragio Venetian Ring
With ring, halo, lace, and beading all sculped with intricate details that are almost a puzzle thanks to their level of densely-packed vintage elegance, the Verragio Venetian collection is a treat for any woman who favors bringing the Victorian Era to the 21st century. The decadent strings of white gold are pave-set with 0.45 carats of side diamonds, the milgrain beading creating the illusion of even more diamonds expanding the elegance of the double halos to the entire ring. If you prefer European traditions, the Venetian collection is the right choice for you.
Mars Luxe Ring
And speaking of the elegance of vintage, the Mars Luxe collection boasts of this gorgeous engagement ring that’s built with Art Deco style. Boldness, clean lines, and an eye turned towards architecture are features that typify the Art Deco aesthetic. This ring is made for an emerald-cut center diamond, which is a cut already famous for its clean inner steps; halos clearly delineated by milgrain beading; and a gallery composed of strong, bridge-like trusses. This ring is made for a woman who wants to conjure up her inner 20s-era flapper.
Kirk Kara Pirouetta Ring
Last, but certainly not least, this Kirk Kara Pirouetta engagement ring is a masterful example of how a thick collection of diamonds in close-set halos can really boost the impact of a center stone. Even when observed close-up, it can be a challenge to see where the center stone ends and the halos begin. The choice to make this ring in refined, icy 18k white gold only adds to the visual impact, thanks to the way that white gold and diamonds’ colors interact and blend with each other.
If you’re interested in the double halo engagement rings offered at Medawar Jewelers, don’t hesitate to call us at 855-850-8015, or visit us today at any of our Michigan showrooms: West Lansing, Okemos, Jackson, Portage, and Brighton!