Rose Gold Halo Engagement Rings
A rose gold halo engagement ring is the perfect amalgamation of classic design with a contemporary twist. The distinctive, blush tones of rose gold rings are increasingly adored amongst contemporary tastes, with rose gold halo engagement rings one of the most popular ways to style the metal.
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About Our Halo Rose Gold Rings
As with every ring crafted at our Hatton Garden jewellers, we craft each rose gold halo ring with care, passion and concentrated attention to the details. Our goldsmiths obsess over the smallest details to ensure even the smallest details are seamlessly finessed, using a hybrid of traditional and cutting-edge techniques.
Expertly Made in 18K Rose Gold
At Queensmith, our rose gold halo engagement rings are composed of 18k rose gold, an alloy made up of gold, silver and copper. While you may be searching for a 14k rose gold halo engagement ring, or even a 9ct, 18K rose gold rings are considered have the perfect peachy-hue, strengthened with silver to create a durable and enduring ring. To opt for 9K gold, please get in touch.
How to design your rose gold halo engagement ring
When choosing a rose gold halo ring, you might like to decide which style route to go down: simple and refined or a vintage halo engagement ring with a little flair. Whilst the pinky hues of rose gold will instil a contemporary vibe in any ring, Art Deco halo rings and Victorian-style design quirks can be a beautiful nod to nostalgia. Otherwise, simple and minimalist designs will ensure your rose gold halo ring remains beautifully contemporary in style.
As ever, diamonds are a classic choice for a rose gold halo ring, but you may want to consider complementing the rosy tone of the metal with a coloured gemstone. Reflect the sunset colours of rose gold with a pink or peach sapphire, or an opposite colour for something bold - a blue sapphire or green emerald will make a strong statement.
Compliment rose gold with rounded diamond diamonds
The romantic tones of rose gold are evocative of femininity, so consider soft diamond shapes that will work with the ethereal aesthetic; round, oval and cushion cut diamonds work charmingly set in rose gold halo rings. Whilst round diamonds remain the most sought-after engagement ring shape, rose gold oval halo engagement rings have become a popular choice amongst modern tastes.
A small but important design feature is the claws that will hold your diamond or gemstone in place. If you’re choosing a colourless diamond, platinum claws will help to avoid reflecting the coloured metal into the diamond. Platinum claws will keep your diamond bright, white and colourless!
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