Put a Ring On It

The halo setting is oh-so-heavenlyand among the hottest trends in engagement rings this year.

 

The fact that you have your heart set on an engagement ring with a halo setting (several stones wrapped around a center solitaire) has nothing to do with the “hugging” pave stones that make the center stone appear larger. Please! You’re a hopeless romantic. You love its vintage vibe, and the meaning behind the unbroken circle: unity. Lucky for you, it seems designers are just as sold on the style’s romantic symbolism, as they’ve been fashioning countless variations as of late—fl ip-fl opping colored and clear stones as the piéce de résistance. Donned by celebs and duchesses alike, the look works with a slim or statement band, and complements a wedding of any caliber—even a “simple affair” with swans. You’re a fan of their “love and fi delity” connotation, of course.

[1] Emily Ring, 14-karat white gold with micro-pave halo, Mavrík Fine Jewelry & Diamonds, 200 S. Kirkwood Rd., 314.909.6818.

[2] Diamond Ring custom made by Décor Interiors & Jewelry, 13476 Olive Street Rd., Chesterfi eld, 314.434.4022.

[3] Tiffany Bezet diamond ring with pave diamond setting in platinum, Tiffany & Co., 64 Plaza Frontenac, 314.692.2255.

[4] Designer Engagement Ring with cushion-cut center diamond, surrounded by round and trapezoid-cut diamonds, Diamond & Jewelry Brokers, 473 Lafayette Center, 636.391.6622.

[5] Jenni’s Engagement Ring, 14-karat white gold custom design by Mavrík Fine Jewelry & Diamonds, 200 S. Kirkwood Rd., 314.909.6818.

[6] Tiffany Legacy diamond ring in platinum, Tiffany & Co., 64 Plaza Frontenac, 314.692.2255.

 

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Emily Ring

Emily Ring

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Diamond Ring

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Tiffany Bezet

Tiffany Bezet

 

Photo credit: Ring images courtesy of jewelry companies.

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