Post # 31
I have a round stone in a cushion halo. One of the reasons where there is a gap can also be where the stone sits. My FH had mine sit a tiny weeny bit taller than the halo and it caused a very tiny gap. I am not really crazy about it, but I have come to accept it. I am not a fan of double halos, and I have seen very few that’s excecuted well. I think your 2nd revision without the gap is beautiful! I would play with possibly an enhancer or a stack.
Post # 32
I on team wear it for a couple months and see on this one. I think it’s super possible to always be wanting to change just “one more thing”. See how it settles with wearing it for a while. I’m also a big fan of buying extra bands or spacers and adding to your look that way without altering your ring over and over.
However, personally I dont think a round is the best recepient for a double halo or a chunky halo. I think contrasting shapes of the center stone vs the melee are less likely to get “lost in the sauce” as it were.
Post # 33
- Wedding: June 2008 - County courthouse
I personally like chunky halos. I like your previous set, but a tighter halo, if that makes sense. I’m not a fan of delicate halos at all
Post # 34
I love your new setting. I would not go with a double or chunkier halo. I have a delicate halo that I’m thinking of removing because I love the focus of one stone, but like you, I’m worried it will feel so small, in comparison. I think your new setting is gorgeous, honestly. I wouldn’t change it.
Post # 35
I think you should change the shape of your center stone or maybe do a solitaire with an enhancer band…I have a double halo, it’s not what I would’ve picked but I ended up really liking it!! Mine is a 1 ct cushion cut and I agree with pp’s that the double halo sometimes makes my center stone look smaller, although from far away it sometimes looks like the first halo is part of my center stone
Post # 36
Your ring is already big and blingy. I feel that if you add anything more it will look too busy. You have slim fingers, any more coverage will dwarf them