About Halo Rings
The enticing collection of halo rings from the online store of Rosec Jewels is a popular ring style to celebrate your unique personality with a dazzling halo adorning the stunning pieces fit for any occasion you wish to use them for. Halo is a particular setting encircling the center stone with smaller diamonds or faceted colored gemstones. Thus making spectacular rings with an extra sparkle making halo rings for women, the most popular choice of ring style.
With an amalgamation of trending fashion with traditions our team of experts aims at crafting fantastic ring styles. Blending different shades of gold namely yellow gold, white gold and rose gold, we bring about a great diversification in halo rings to appeal to the taste of women with a knack for latest fashion. At Rosec Jewels, we also adhere to the gemstone quality and shapes to ensure quality assurance in each and every pieces leaving our facility.
Things to Consider While Buying Halo Rings
- Certified Gemstone: While buying halo rings for women, it is important to look for proper certification which states gemstone in all the 4 C’s of Quality.
- Hallmarked Gold : Excellent gold halo rings should be hallmarked to certify the purity of gold that is 10K, 14K and 18 K.
- Gemstone Shape & Setting: Gemstones are the main attraction in any rings and therefore one must carefully look for the gemstone shape and setting used to mount it.
Halo Ring FAQs
What does halo mean in a ring?
The word halo stands for a ring of small side stones circumscribing a center stone or diamond. The halo setting is what that gives name to the popular halo ring styles.
Can halo ring be used for engagement?
Yes, halo rings are quite a popular choice of engagement rings for women.
How much does a halo ring cost?
The price of halo rings usually fall within the range of $1000 - $2000 depending on the metal and gemstone quality used while crafting the halo rings.
Does a halo make a diamond look bigger?
The halo setting in rings does make the center dominant diamond appear larger owing to the optical illusion caused by the scintillating halo stones.
What is gemstone certification?
The certificate which usually comes with the gemstone jewelry for authenticity of the product. The goal of the SGL certificate is to define gemstone in all the factors like carat, cut, clarity and color.