The Halo Setting Dictates The Style
Wedding Ring Friendly Halo Settings
The design of a halo engagement ring can change considerably with the addition of a wedding ring. Some of the many halo styles of ring, demand a shaped band to fit to the halo setting. Typically the shaped band will compliment the halo setting. But not every client wishes to have a wedding ring which shapes around the setting. For this reason, some designs provide a more wedding ring friendly (or wedfit) setting that will work fine with a straight wedding ring.
Benefits of the Wedding Ring Friendly Styles
A plain wedding ring will not alter the look of the halo ring. Straight bands look best matched to the band style of the engagement ring.
Alternative Styles Requiring Shaped Bands
When the halo sits against the finger, a shaped wedding ring will probably be required. Some prefer the effect the shaped band produces around the halo. Others opt for more simple styling, keeping the emphasis on the original halo engagement ring design. It is always personal preference.
Example of Halo Engagement Rings That Require Shaped Wedding Rings
The best example of the shaped design, created to compliment the halo, has to be halo engagement ring design R1D001S. This is one of the most popular diamond halo engagement rings, available as all-diamond or in a precious stone and diamond combination. Here we see a custom made diamond band shaped around the setting. This achieves quite a different look to the above ring design.
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