Post # 1
I’m wondering if any of you own or have looked at rings that have a sort of “understated” type of halo design? I’m talking about something like this: http://www.moissaniteco.com/designer-inspired-round-brilliant-moissanite-engagement-ring-p-12168.html
Even though the “halo” of stones appear to be situated slightly below the center stone, do you think a ring constructed in this fashion would actually appear different than a standard solitare? Do you think the “halo” would be noticeable?
Pictures or thoughts welcome!
Post # 3
That is a gorgeous ring! Although I think halos are pretty, I sometimes get the feeling that they are a little too much sometimes. I do like the idea of halos though versus a solitaire or three stone, its a much more unique style.
As for your question, I think it will definitely look different from a standard solitaire. From the picture the halo looks noticeable but it might just be creative photography. Maybe try your local jewelery store to see something similar?
Post # 4
I’ve never seen one in person, but I do think it would be noticeable. Although I personally prefer halos where the halo is the same height as the centre stone, if that makes sense.
Post # 5
@futuredoc: Thanks for your imput – I totally agree. I like the delicate look of a thin band, and solitares can definitely be elegant in their simplicity. I thought I was over-the-moon for halos, and while I still think they’re stunning, I can’t help second guessing. I am wondering if this option kind of blends the best of both worlds.
Post # 6
This was one of my top choices but it was a bit out of our price range. And in the end, I prefer bands that are a little thicker because I have long fingers and lots of real estate to cover! I actually think super thin bands look silly on me.
It’s a beautiful, unique ring! I think the halo would be noticeable, for sure. It does have stones on the prongs too which I think makes it a little unique and different from your standard solitaire.
Post # 7
That ring is beautiful! Yes, the halo would be noticable, just more delicate looking than most I think, which I really like about it actually. Just curious- what size center stone would you get?
Post # 8
I love this ring. Thank you so much for posting it! I love how it combines the solitaire feeling with the halo. I have a solitaire now, but I want to get it reset and my Fiance isn’t a fan of the “true” halo ring, but I think he’ll really like this type.
Post # 9
I haven’t seen a ring like that before and I think it’s really beautiful!