Tag Archives for " Halo engagement rings "

Sarah Halo by Brian Gavin is 20 – 25K enough for an engagement ring?

Brian Gavin Sarah Halo setting reviews, top down view

Halo settings like the Sarah Halo by Brian Gavin are a great way to increase the visible sparkle factor of your diamond! The diamond halo extends the visible radius of these 1.80 – 1.95 carat diamonds so that they seem like two carats!

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Will a J color diamond look yellow set in an 18k rose gold halo engagement ring?

“Hi Todd, I’ve really enjoyed reading your web site and am learning a lot about diamonds. One of the options which I am considering is the round square halo setting from Brian Gavin in 18k rose gold, set with a J color diamond because my girlfriend has indicated that she prefers diamonds with warmer tones. […]

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Ritani French Halo Diamond Engagement Ring and Diamond Reviews: 2.0 – 2.5 carats

Hi Todd! I just read your review of Ritani’s website and found it to be very helpful. I have searched the site several times in attempts to customize my engagement ring. I am looking at the French Halo setting from Ritani (pictured left) set with a 2.0 – 2.5 carat diamond, no less than J in […]

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Halo Settings that offer the look of the Forevermark Center of My Universe Collection without the price!

If you watch television, then the odds are that you’ve seen advertisements for the De Beers Forevermark Diamonds “Center of My Universe” marketing campaign and so has your wife or girlfriend… and if you were paying any attention at all, you probably noticed her heart skip a beat and she might have even given you […]

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Which Halo engagement ring should I choose? Brian Gavin, High Performance Diamonds, or Ritani?

Hey Todd, my fiance has indicated that she wants a halo style engagement ring and I like the look of the Park Avenue Halo engagement ring from High Performance Diamonds (pictured to the left), and the Round Square Halo engagement ring from Brian Gavin, and then I was introduced to Ritani while reading your blog and found […]

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