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Halo Design Rings in Melbourne
In popular culture, the halo has typically been used to signify enlightenment, majesty, power, prominence and divine influence. Christian artists often used the halo to mean the light bestowed by God.
Halo design rings are made to enhance the beauty and charm of the centre stone. These rings take their name directly from their shape, which features a centre gemstone, surrounded by a halo of smaller, accent diamonds. A traditional, romantic design, modern halo engagement rings retain the beauty and significance of these traditional symbols. The circular design of halo engagement rings is also a good symbol of all-encompassing support as well as the infinite and never-ending.
Halo Engagement Rings in Melbourne
First designed in the Victorian era, halo engagement rings gained their popularity during the Art Deco movement of the 1920’s. This timeless design continues to be popular even today, thanks to its romantic appeal and versatility.
Halo design rings, by their very construction, highlight the centre gemstone and make it appear up to half a carat larger, by surrounding it with diamonds. Halo engagement rings can range from streamlined and modern to vintage and ornate, and double halo engagement rings can make an even more glamorous look. Halo engagement rings in rose gold are becoming a sought-after style in Melbourne today. Their current popularity has seen them second only to the classic solitaire design as the favourite style of engagement ring.
Custom Halo Engagement Rings in Melbourne
Our team of expert ring designers at Steve Pallas Bespoke Jewellery in Melbourne can help you create your very own custom halo engagement rings. If you bring us any imagery, ideas or inspiration, our designers can discuss with you the best way to bring your dream halo engagement ring to life.
Choice of Metal Shank in Halo Design Rings
While white gold or platinum are classic choices for halo engagement rings, yellow gold and rose gold are also gaining popularity. Depending on your personal preferences, you can also choose to pavé, that is, a setting of gemstones so that no metal is visible, or you can leave the metal of the shank bare. The number of stones on the shank should be equal on both sides, to create symmetry as per the vintage art deco look. You can discuss all your preferences with our expert ring designers at Steve Pallas Bespoke Jewellery in Melbourne.
The Center Stone of Halo Engagement Rings
There are many options when choosing the stone you wish to halo. A coloured or colourless diamond is a traditional choice, though any precious gemstone can be set, and tanzanite and sapphire are popular options. You have a choice in the stone shape too; Princess-cut and round centre stones are classics, but a halo engagement ring can contain emerald-cut, ovals, pear-shaped and marquise diamonds. For those customers on a budget, there is the option to do a cluster of small or pavé diamonds instead of a centre stone. You can often end up with the same carat weight of a single diamond, at a much lower price.
Steve Pallas Bespoke Jewellery in Melbourne
With over 20 years of hands-on experience in jewellery making and design, Steve Pallas is a reputed name for bespoke jewellery in Melbourne. Our jewellers take the time to get to know you to create a unique piece, or, choose the perfect symbol from an extensive range of expertly handcrafted halo engagement rings, and this allows us to offer our customers meticulously handcrafted halo design rings created with care and precision.
For more information about halo engagement rings in Melbourne, you can contact Steve Pallas Bespoke Jewellery on (03) 9602 2153, or stop by our store located at 62 Hardware Lane, VIC Melbourne Australia.