(Closed) Invisible Halo engagement ring

posted 5 years ago in Engagement
Post # 2
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Busy Beekeeper

It is only the business of one person- the one wearing it. Judging another lady’s ring is petty. No matter what you think they love it and the sentiment it represents 

Post # 3
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: County courthouse

Who cares what others think about your ring besides you and your fiance. If ya’ll like it…buy it and wear it with confidence.

Post # 4
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: June 2016

I saw these when looking for my solitaire. And yes, that’s exactly what the sales staff told me – it looks like a very sparkly solitaire, but only up close can you tell it’s not one stone. They are much cheaper than a solitaire of the same price, of course. The sales lady said they are very popular because you get a large-looking stone for a good price.

I thought they were very pretty – but I didn’t want one for my engagement ring. Everyone has their own taste – and for my engagement ring I’ve always wanted just a solitaire, so that’s what I got. If you’re not as picky as me, this might be the perfect ring for you. You certainly get a lot of bling and sparkle for less $$$.  I’ve included a photo below:

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Post # 6
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: April 2017

I have a halo and no one has ever accused me of getting one just to make my diamond look bigger.

The ring posted above kind of reminds me of Tacori’s “bloom” halo, which is a very small halo right under the center.  I had a couple of Tacoris on my Pinterest page.  The bloom halos are very pretty in person.

Edit – OK, I misunderstood what kind of rings Lovebright were.  They’re basically cluster settings.  Normally I don’t like clusters but I’ve seen some recently (at Costco of all places) that are very pretty and unless you look close, really look like one big stone in the center.  I think they can be a great choice for a couple on a budget or if they just really like the look.

Post # 7
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: May 2017

Many small diamond sparkle more than one big one. As long as they are made well so you don’t have to worry about loss of stones, I think it’s a great option. It also gives you the ability to avoid the height associated with big stones. I personally prefer very low set rings.

Post # 8
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Bumble Beekeeper
  • Wedding: February 1997

It comes down to preference. There are halo rings and there are invisible settings and both can be beautiful. An invisible set ring with four large prongs that don’t hold anything but instead only add to the illusion is definitely intended to appear to be one larger stone. But realistically, that is really no one’s business except the person wearing it.

Post # 10
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: April 2016

I’ve seen some of these and I love them, do you have a photo?!

Post # 11
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Helper bee

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mishybear :  

That’s a pretty ring, but I don’t get the invisible halo thing. That halo is highly visible.

Post # 14
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Busy bee

I did a quick google search and I like them! To me, it doesn’t look like your trying to make the diamond look bigger, it just looks like a dainty halo. 

Post # 15
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Helper bee

 aclockworklilac :  It’s not that the halo’s invsible, it’s that the cluster of stones making up the center stone are “set together invisibly” (so it appears to be one large center stone instead of multiple smaller stones).  The first posted photo you commented on is misleading, as that’s neither a Lovebright, nor an “invisible halo” ring – that’s a solid 2ct+ center stone (definitely not sparkle for less $$)!

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