The halo enhancer ring – latest jewellery innovations
An important role of innovative jewellery design involves creating new ideas to complement existing jewellery. A perfect example has to be the wedding ring enhancer or diamond halo enhancer.
The growing collection of wedding ring wraps include a very clever innovation – the diamond halo enhancer ring. Perfect for anyone with a simple solitaire diamond, the halo enhancer drops over the top of a single diamond setting to create an entirely unique look.
A look at the enhancer ring on its own.
If we look at the enhancer ring on its own, we see a clever design. Diamond set shoulders rise towards a grain set halo. The halo section is off-centre, allowing a solitaire ring to sit centrally. The band of the enhancer ring takes the place of a wedding ring or eternity ring with great effect. The enhancer design is perfect for anyone looking to dramatically amplify the look of their diamond. At the same time, the design offers a removable frame for a versatile choice of ring designs.
Adding a halo to a solitaire ring by bespoke design
It is possible to create a halo engagement ring from a solitaire engagement ring. We have done this previously by bespoke design—re-modelling the original engagement ring. Although the ring does need re-modelling, we can re-use the original engagement ring metal out of sentimental value although this is not always the most cost-effective way of creating the new ring design.
Example of a halo engagement ring made to replace the client’s original solitaire engagement ring featuring a 1ct Princess cut diamond.
Further information on the enhancer ring can be found on our dedicated enhancer product page, which gives further information on cost, metal choice and diamond sizes supported.
Further inspiration – diamond wedding ring wraps
A further innovation in recent times has resulted in some incredible bespoke designs. The following enhancer ring was created as a custom-made ring to house the tickled pink engagement ring design
Although not strictly a halo setting, it gives buyers further inspiration for alternative designs. Looking at the photograph, you can see that the eye is drawn to the centre of the engagement ring by the clever styling of each curving row of diamonds overlapping the straight channel settings.