Halo Arc Engagement Ring

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0.50-carat diamond shown with Halo Arc Engagement Ring.
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The Halo Arc Engagement Ring is a modern-day classic for engagement rings. As the name of the setting suggests, the brilliant round feature diamond is surrounded by a halo of smaller diamonds, also known as melee diamonds. This amplifies the feature diamond as it looks larger than the actual carat weight.

Coupled with more melee diamonds set in the arcs of the band, the Halo Arc Engagement Ring radiates brilliance and fire from all angles.

The Halo Arc engagement ring is suitable for feature diamond of 0.30-carat and above. The ring is available in both 18K gold and platinum.

Priced from $3,075*

Available in:

White Gold Engagement Ring Color White Gold    Yellow Gold Engagement Ring Color Yellow Gold    Rose Gold Engagement Ring Color Rose Gold
Black Gold Engagement Ring Color Rhodium         White Gold Engagement Ring Color Platinum (subject to availability)

* Price based on a 0.30-carat diamond with the following specifications
Colour: F Clarity: VS1
Cut: Excellent Polish: Excellent Symmetry: Excellent

As every diamond is unique, price varies with other gemological characteristics beyond the 4Cs. Only a fraction of diamonds ever meet Draco’ strict quality requirements.

Get in touch with us for a broader selection of carat weights and customization.

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Feature diamond: 0.50-carat | Ring size: 5.5 US

      Story of the Halo Engagement Ring

      “We surround ourselves with good people and we become greater together. That’s the same concept as the Halo Setting” 

      Unlike the prong setting, the halo setting has its ups and downs. The origin of the setting can be traced back to the Victorian era in the 1800s, where the halo setting was meant to resemble a flower.

      The Halo setting surged in popularity in the 1920s and dipped in the 1980s. In the 21st century, the halo setting made a comeback with an evolved style. Combining vintage with chic, it became the modern-day classic for engagement rings.