Hidden Halo engagement rings
Discover why the Hidden Halo setting creates an unforgettable luminary effect.
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How to buy a Hidden Halo engagement ring
Our guide to finding the Hidden Halo engagement ring that's right for you.
A Hidden Halo engagement ring is a modern update of the classic Halo setting. Small diamonds circle around a solitaire diamond, but for the Hidden Halo, these diamonds are placed inside an elevated prong setting. The halo they form is best seen from the side, instead of looking straight down, which is what gives this ring its “hidden” name.
When you buy an engagement ring, your decision should be based on personal taste, not trends. However, there are timeless Hidden Halo styles that continue to be sought after again and again.Hidden Halo Oval engagement rings
This diamond shape not only adds classic elegance to the Hidden Halo’s overall look, but also maximizes carat weight.Hidden Halo Princess cut engagement ring
A Princess-cut diamond’s equilateral sides and large, open table create an unforgettable display of light, which is then amplified with the added hidden halo of diamonds.Hidden Halo Cushion cut engagement rings
The curved edges of this pillow-like shape are both modern and vintage-inspired at the same time and highlighted to perfection with a hidden halo of diamonds.Hidden Halo Round Brilliant engagement rings
The hidden halo of diamonds adds even more shine to this classic diamond shape cut to perfectly catch every ray of light.
Yes, Hidden Halo rings can make a diamond look bigger. But this is due to the high 4-prong setting that holds both the solitaire diamond and halo of hidden diamonds in place. Because it lifts the diamond slightly higher up off the finger, it gives the illusion that the diamond is bigger. The halo itself does not make the diamond appear larger, however.
Speak with VRAI’s design expert for a custom-designed engagement ring. Tell them your ideas for a custom Hidden Halo setting, such as combining it with a Two Tone or Signature East-West setting, for example. They’ll help you understand which custom details are possible, then guide you through the white-glove design process.
By selecting a Hidden Halo engagement ring featuring diamonds sustainably created in our zero-emission foundry, as well as platinum or recycled solid gold, you are celebrating your values alongside your love. The lab-grown diamond featured in your setting is free from human or environmental toll — which means you can enjoy its beauty, guilt-free.
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Hidden halo engagement ring FAQ
A Hidden Halo’s diamonds are placed inside an elevated prong setting, slightly beneath a solitaire diamond. A traditional Halo places these diamonds around the top. This means that a hidden halo is best seen from the side, instead of looking straight down, which is what gives this ring its “hidden” name.
The best way to find the wedding band that pairs perfectly with your Hidden Halo is to book an appointment with our diamond experts who can guide you through the styles that will fit most comfortably with the setting.
All-diamond bands, such as the Eternity, Infinity, and Devotion bands would pair well with this style as their endless ring of diamonds mirrors the look of the hidden halo setting.
Engagement rings and wedding rings should be cleaned once a week to keep them shining bright and germ-free.
A simple weekly cleaning routine involves soaking your ring in a small bowl filled with warm water and a few drops of liquid dishwashing soap. After thirty to forty five minutes, remove the ring and brush it gently with a soft-bristle toothbrush, then rinse and pat dry with a soft towel. Because the hidden halo is an extra surface that can attract dirt, be sure to thoroughly clean your diamond ring by brushing gently around the prongs and underneath the pavé set diamonds.
While your Hidden Halo engagement ring can be worn throughout most of the day, it’s best to remove it for manual work like gardening, or for exercise that involves your hands, like weight-lifting or yoga. For comfort, you should also remove your ring while sleeping.
The hidden halo of diamonds will make the overall look of your engagement ring appear to shine brighter. But the halo does not affect the diamond’s shine directly. Because the halo is not visible when looking directly down at the diamond, it does not enhance its brilliance or scintillation.
The best way to know your ring size is by measuring it with a ring sizer. VRAI offers complimentary ring sizers, which makes finding your ring size at home effortless. Secure the end of the sizer through the buckle to form a ring shape. Slip your desired finger through the loop. Pull the end through until the sizer fits snug but is not overly tight. When it fits correctly, look at the little black arrow and note your ring size.