There’s no need to be angelic in order to receive a halo setting engagement ring.
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Halo settings serve the purpose of improving the beauty of an already beautiful diamond. Small, pave-cut diamonds surround the larger stone, making it appear larger and enhancing the brilliance. A trending setting for years, the halo can be found in several price points. The chic setting has been seen on the fingers of such starlets as Natalie Portman, Carrie Underwood and Giuliana Rancic.
Make The Cut - Get the scoop on five of the more common cuts of diamonds.
This shape accounts for around three-fourths of diamonds sold today. Its 58-facet cut achieves optimal brilliance.
A perfectly symmetrical design, this cut can elongate fingers.
This elongated diamond with pointed tips is a popular cut used in solitaire settings.
The rectangular shape with cut corners features long lines, which produces very dramatic flashes of light. The emerald cut makes a great choice for an engagement ring, and it is often more affordable than a round cut.
The princess is a square or rectangular cut that features numerous sparkling facets. It is also a popular choice for solitaire engagement rings.