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Hidden Halo Engagement Rings

Add extra sparkle and surprise brilliance to classic designs with a hidden halo engagement ring. An extra layer of diamonds hidden in the engagement ring enhances the main gemstone’s beauty. Explore our selection of hidden halo engagement rings with designs in platinum, white gold, yellow gold or rose gold. Choose from striking diamond center gemstones complemented by a hidden halo of pavé brilliance or select a standout colorful gemstone design. Our hidden halo engagement rings are crafted to last with endless sparkle.
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White gold hidden halo engagement ring featuring diamonds at the head of the ring

FAQs about Hidden Halo Engagement Rings

What is a hidden halo engagement ring?

"A hidden halo engagement ring is one in which a row of diamonds encircles the main gemstone from an alternative view. Often, this is a circle of smaller pavé diamonds that wrap around the main gemstone just beneath the prong tips of the ring. This results in a halo that’s only seen from the ring’s profile view, making it “hidden” when the ring is viewed from the top-down. 

There are many different designs available for today’s hidden halo engagement rings including semi-halos hidden along the bottom of the ring’s gallery, gemstone halos along the shoulders, diamonds throughout the profile view of the shank or other unique combinations. 

To be considered a hidden halo ring, the engagement ring should include a row of diamonds or gemstones that is seen from an alternative view of the ring rather than a standard top-down view. "

Are these rings popular?

Hidden halo engagement rings are very popular, and they continue to be an in-demand ring style. With designs in yellow gold, white gold, rose gold or platinum, it’s easy to find the perfect hidden halo ring.

What is the benefit of this ring design?

Hidden halo rings offer a variety of benefits that make them a popular choice. Halos hidden close to the main gemstone of a ring can bring added brilliance to the setting, making a smaller stone appear larger through enhanced light performance. 

The hidden halo design is also a great fit for people in search of classics that step into a trendier direction without veering too far from a more traditional style. Many hidden halo rings offer updated takes on timeless ring styles. 

With a variety of setting styles, hidden halo rings offer added room for customization. If you’re looking for a hidden halo oval engagement ring, a hidden halo ring featuring a round morganite or even a round diamond with a bright secret halo of sapphires, you’re sure to find the perfect fit customized to your liking.

How do you clean a hidden halo engagement ring?

With pavé halos hiding on your ring, a little extra cleaning may be needed to keep things sparkling. To clean your hidden halo engagement ring, use a combination of warm water and gentle dish soap. Specialized jewelry cleaners are also a good choice for cleaning many engagement rings with hidden halos. 

Depending on the setting construction and gemstone choices, it may be best to avoid ultrasonic cleaners. Gemstones such as opals, emeralds and pearls should never be placed in ultrasonic cleaners. 

Do hidden halos get dirty?

A hidden halo ring may have extra spots that can catch dirt, but they’re easy to clean. For stubborn build-up, use a soft-bristled brush to restore the ring’s sparkle.

Are hidden halo engagement rings worth it?

As with all jewelry, it’s up to the wearer to decide if the ring’s features are worth it. Many people love the added sparkle that hidden halos add to engagement rings. The added light performance can bring extra benefits to hidden halo rings, making them a worthwhile choice for engagement styles.

Can this design make a diamond or gemstone look bigger?

This is one of the best benefits of hidden halo rings. A halo that’s hidden close to the engagement ring’s main gemstone can make the stone appear larger by enhancing light performance around the stone.

Where is a hidden halo usually found on engagement rings?

Hidden halos can be found in many spots on engagement rings, especially closer to the main gemstone at the head of the ring. They're often found along the gallery just beneath the tips of the prongs or even on the prongs themselves. Hidden halos can also be found on the ring’s bridge at the top of the finger or at the profile view of the shank.

What does carat total weight mean for a hidden halo ring?

Carat is one of the 4Cs of diamonds, describing the weight of a diamond. For hidden halo rings with pavé or micropavé diamonds on the design, there will likely be a ct. tw. number. This is a numerical value that shows the total number of carats in the ring setting or the entire ring including the center diamond you select.

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