Halo Engagement Rings

Halo Engagement Rings

Halo engagement rings are often chosen for their capacity to make the central stone appear larger and more remarkable. The Halo design was popularised in the Art Deco era of the 1920’s but has once again become a popular choices of brides in recent times. For a setting that will enhance the size and radiance of your gemstone, a Halo Engagement Ring is a stunning choice.

The dedication to quality evident in each and every Midas design is the result of generations of skill and passion. If you’re after a ring to cherish and admire for a lifetime, at Midas Jewellers, we can help you find the perfect piece for you.

EXPLORE OUR HALO ENGAGEMENT RINGS

Our boutique stores offer a wide range of diamond halo engagement rings for you to adore. Here are some of our exclusive designs which can be customised to suit your individual style.

ROUND BRILLIANT HALO ENGAGEMENT RINGS

A stunning round brilliant encircled by a halo of smaller white diamonds is truly magical. See more of our exclusive collection in our boutique stores.

CUSHION CUT HALO ENGAGEMENT RINGS

A cushion cut diamond with a beautiful halo of white diamonds gives a charming vintage appearance and striking sparkle. Find more of these designs at our Sydney boutiques.

Why is the halo diamond engagement ring so popular right now?

A halo of diamonds surrounding the centre stone has become one of the most popular settings on the market today.

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Why is the halo diamond engagement ring so popular right now?

A halo of diamonds surrounding the centre stone has become one of the most popular settings on the market today. This feature adds to the brilliance and radiance of your engagement ring and makes your diamond appear larger. It also gives your diamond added security, holding it firmly in place.

Why is the halo diamond engagement ring so popular right now?

Why is the halo diamond engagement ring so popular right now?

A halo of diamonds surrounding the centre stone has become one of the most popular settings on the market today. This feature adds to the brilliance and radiance of your engagement ring and makes your diamond appear larger. It also gives your diamond added security, holding it firmly in place.

When does the halo setting work best?

When does the halo setting work best?

The halo setting works well with many different precious metals and diamond cuts. With a featured diamond it will enhance size and with a coloured gemstone it will highlight the vibrant tones of the featured stone. It is particularly stunning with cushion cut and pear-shaped diamonds in a white gold setting.