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Step into a realm of brilliance with the Halo Engagement Rings at PeterNorman.com. Characterized by a center gemstone encircled by a luminous halo of smaller stones, our halo collection magnifies the splendor of your commitment. With Peter Norman's renowned craftsmanship, each ring is designed to radiate a celestial glow, capturing the essence of love's illuminating presence. By selecting a Halo engagement ring from our curated range, you're choosing a design that celebrates love in its most radiant form.
Explore our collection with products priced between: $3,800 - $4,500,000
The price of a Halo Engagement Ring can vary based on factors like the quality and size of the center and surrounding gemstones, but they are generally not more expensive than other elaborate styles.
Yes, Halo Engagement Rings are popular for their ability to maximize the appearance of the center stone and add extra sparkle, making them a glamorous choice for many couples.
Yes, Halo Engagement Rings are designed to be durable and are generally suitable for daily wear.
Most Halo Engagement Rings can be resized, although the cost may vary depending on the complexity of the setting and the type of metal used.
Regular cleaning with mild soap and water is recommended, along with periodic inspections by a jeweler to ensure the setting is secure.
Key features include a center gemstone surrounded by smaller diamonds or gemstones, often set in a pave or micro-pave setting to maximize sparkle.
While diamonds are the most commonly used gemstones, other options like sapphires, rubies, and emeralds are also popular choices for the center or surrounding stones.
A Halo Engagement Ring features a center gemstone that is surrounded by smaller diamonds or gemstones, creating a “halo” effect around the central stone.
Common metals include white gold, yellow gold, rose gold, and platinum, each offering its own aesthetic appeal.
Halo Engagement Rings are widely available at most fine jewelry stores, both physical and online, as they are among the most popular styles.