2nd floor3 Hanover SquareLondon, W1S 1HD
+44 (0) 20 3540 1477
+44 (0) 20 3540 1477
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Level 1The XYZ Building,2-3 Hardman BoulevardSpinningfields, M3 3AQ
Taunustor 1, 18th Floor Frankfurt am Main, 60311
+49 (0) 69 9754 6177
+49 (0) 69 9754 6177
Contora Upper West Kantstraße 164 10623 Berlin
Haus Gryffenberg Bahnhofstr. 10CH - 8001 Zürich
+41 (0)43 456 26 77
+41 (0)43 456 26 77
You can now meet with one of our specialists online for personalised guidance on your fine jewellery purchase. Our experts will advise you on a wide range of topics, from diamond options to engagement ring types, to help you find the ideal jewel.
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Select Your Setting
A halo engagement ring sets off your central diamond with a circle of smaller brilliant diamonds. The halo will draw the eye towards the larger stone, adding more brilliance, increasing the ring’s carat weight, and enhancing the diamond’s perceived size.
A halo engagement ring offers more options for bespoke customisation by its very design.
First, select the setting: that is, the band and the diamonds forming the halo. Although alluring in their own right, smaller diamonds tastefully draw the eye towards the central stone to create a stunning display of light. Round brilliant diamonds are often used for this reason, as the cut optimises light reflection, looking brighter as a result.
A slender halo is sleek and sophisticated, while a wider halo creates a bold, modern look. Double halos can even be used to add more scintillation, while floral halos have a more elaborate design inspired by styles from the Victorian and Edwardian ages.
An elegant plain band will elevate your diamond to centre stage, while a band set with diamonds will catch the light, offering additional brilliance. A split band frames your central stone even more, leading the eye towards it. The lower structure under a halo can also be set with diamonds, adding dimension to the ring.
Next, decide on your central stone. It can be the same shape as the halo diamonds, or different. A round diamond is more traditional, while a fancy cut adds some contemporary flair. You could also select a gemstone. Halo designs are often chosen for gemstone engagement rings, as they protect the stone. Gemstones saw a rise in popularity after Princess Diana (and subsequently the Duchess of Cambridge) was given sapphire engagement rings.
Gemstones also hold deep meaning, which makes them an excellent choice for such a meaningful piece of jewellery.
Emerald: Love, fertility, peace, patience, balance, new beginningsRuby: Passion, safety, peace, health, wealth, wisdom, love, friendshipSapphire: Honesty, trust, fidelity, peace, happiness, communication
If you already have a specific idea in mind, be sure to contact our design team to help create your own bespoke ring.
Created by our designers, this Art Deco inspired piece features a 1.3ct emerald shaped diamond encircled by a 1.5ct halo of baguette diamonds.
Halo ring designs were first seen during the Georgian era (1714 to 1837), with diamonds or pearls forming the halo around a larger diamond. These stones were only a little smaller than the central diamond.
Coloured gemstones were popular in Victorian times (1837 to 1901), with the halo imitating a flower shape that inspires many vintage-style designs today.
It was during the Art Deco period (throughout the 1920s and 1930s) that the halo ring as we know it now was first seen. The graceful symmetry of smaller round diamonds encircling a larger, round central diamond lined up perfectly with the geometric patterns of the era.
Today you can choose from a wide variety of settings and shapes for the central stone. Whether you prefer a bold enhancement or the subtlety of a slender halo, a halo engagement ring will artfully showcase your chosen diamond and the love you and your partner share.
Get up to 25% off your next order, and find the one jewel to symbolise new beginnings.
We are pleased to inform our customers that services will continue with little to no changes following the Brexit Trade Agreement.
With showrooms in Germany, Switzerland and the UK, 77 Diamonds is proudly European and, as ever, fully committed to providing excellent service to all our customers, whether based in the UK or the European Union.
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In line with new government measures to limit the spread of COVID-19, all our showrooms are currently closed. Please book an online consultation.
In line with new government measures to limit the spread of COVID-19, all our showrooms are currently closed. Please fill out the form below to book an online consultation with one of our experts.
Our online consultations are conducted over the phone and online, so you can find the same level of support at home as you would in one of our showrooms. We currently offer consultations in English, German, French and Russian.
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Covid-19 Update: Following new government regulations, our showrooms in both the UK and Germany are temporarily closed for visits. Rest assured we are still accepting orders and will be happy to provide advice through our fully interactive online consultations. Should you have any questions, you can also reach us 24/7 via phone, email or live chat on our website.
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