The name of the Halo collection comes from the style of the setting; the stones in the engagement rings are suspended in a ‘Halo' of precious metal. It is one of our most popular signature collections due to the enduring classic style of the pieces, which include beautiful rings, earrings and necklaces.
Small pieces of sculpture created to be equally dazzling from all angles
The designs in our Halo collection can be made in a variety of solid
precious metal and stone options. Simply use the drop down menus on the product page of each design.
“The stone is suspended, so you get to see the culet (which is where the stone comes to a point underneath) of the stone – a part of the stone that is normally hidden in the setting. I wanted these elements of the stones to be visible and appreciated. The subtle design details of my Halo setting allows the maximum amount of light possible to shine through and makes the stones really shine.”
A diamond is a classic and traditional choice, for versatility, it can’t be beaten. They go with everything, it is the toughest stone in existence, and it comes in a huge variety of shapes. If you’d prefer a coloured gemstone, the precious gemstone world is your oyster. Black diamonds, emeralds, black, blue and other hued sapphires, rubies, tsavorites, tanzanites… Don’t be pressured into choosing a stone because you feel you should. You just need to choose one you love!
“My first Halo design was inspired from of a desire to create a more wearable solitaire ring that wasn’t claw set. The solitaire engagement ring is a design classic and I wanted to make a ring that would have some elements of a traditional solitaire but on closer inspection was actually very different and very modern.”
- Stephen Einhorn
The unique setting of this beautiful design allows the maximum amount of light possible to shine through, which makes the stones really zing.
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Inspired by light...
“The inspiration for my Halo studs started with my
existing Halo ring designs. The main focus for all of these pieces was to expose the stones and maximise the colour as much as possible - displaying the stones off in all their miniature splendid glory.”
- Stephen Einhorn