The origin of halo cut diamond rings is believed to be in the early 1700’s. However, a simpler and streamlined version of halo diamond rings was first introduced during the Art Deco period. During then, may filigree and milgrain works were also used along with the halo in order to enhance the overall style.
The main advantage of using halo cut diamond rings is to boost up the overall bling factor of your ring, and to make the gemstone look bigger than its actual carat weight. Some of the other benefits of this setting are given below.
- The halo wedding diamond rings will create an illusion of more surface area using the melee diamonds, and make it look more extravagant.
- The halo of accent diamonds on the ring actually offers extra protection to the main gemstone along with the prong settings.
- Any kind of diamond ring shapes and sizes can be set using diamond halos.