Unique Double Halo Engagement Rings

Double halo engagement rings have been made popular due to their added sparkle, beauty, and affordability. Diamond halo engagement rings and double halo engagement rings make the center stone in a ring appear larger if the center stone is a diamond or a moissanite, while the halo or double halo will give a colored gemstone a beautiful frame. The center stone will be held into place securely and complemented by the two diamond halos, which also gives the wearer more finger coverage. Investing in a double halo ring is more cost effective than purchasing a larger center stone, plus you will love the added sparkle. Below are three of our most unique double halo engagement ring designs.

1. Two Tone Twisted Shank Double Halo Engagement Ring

Two Tone Twisted Shank Double Halo Engagement RingRose gold and the white precious metal of your choice (14 karat white gold, 18 karat white gold, palladium, or platinum) are combined to create a two-toned ring. The twisted shank adds a beautiful touch to the ring.

2. Double Halo Engagement Ring with Pink Diamonds for Round

Double Halo Engagement Ring with Pink Diamonds for RoundIf you’re looking for a more distinctive double halo engagement ring, why not choose one with fancy colored diamonds? This ring features a white diamond outer halo and a pink diamond inner halo. The rose gold halo enhances the color of the diamonds perfectly.

3. Marquise Double Halo Engagement Ring

Marquise Double Halo Engagement RingA marquise center stone will get a fresh, modern look in this double halo setting. The band features u pave set diamonds and the setting is available in your choice of 14 karat gold, 18 karat gold, palladium, and platinum.


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About Jaclyn

Jaclyn is our head social media specialist, but also can often be found assisting customers with their fine jewelry questions. She enjoys all things pop culture and is a hobbyist photographer. You can email her at jaclyn@debebians.com.
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