This bewitching diamond engagement ring is just what her heart has been searching for. Brian Gavin Diamonds' stunning new 810 Collection was inspired by one of the largest 8.10 carat diamonds in the world-- and that design's extensive beauty is echoed in this captivating octagonal shaped Halo ring. A multitude of Brian Gavin Signature F/G Color VS Clarity Brian Gavin Signature Hearts and Arrows melee, with a CTW of 0.1844, edge stylishly around the corners on the surface of this piece. The bright and heavenly center stone is framed with tiny, twinkling points of light. Over the edge of this Art Deco-style halo are more tiny diamonds creating a scintillating flash that is visible when the ring is viewed in profile. The highly polished metal of the ring band perfectly shows off the host of diamonds, making this an ideal choice for an engagement piece.
This traditional and timeless halo ring features one more superb and luminous stone: a romantic, 1.25mm, Brian Gavin Signature orange sapphire with a 0.008 CTW. It's secreted away just under the head.
The rings in the 810 Collection were originally created in 18K rose gold but all pieces-- including this octagonal halo ring-- can be crafted in white gold, yellow gold, or platinum. For the ring band, choose from the classically Simple band, the ever popular Split Shoulder, the Cross, and the Twist.
The price shown here is for the ring's setting only. This piece is particularly stunning with a Hearts and Arrows center stone, but you can select the diamond type of your preference from our extensive online inventory. We will expertly craft a setting made to the exact specifications of your chosen stone. Finish off the customization of your gift by selecting from one of two options for the bottom portion of the band: a Round Shank or a spin-stabilizing design known as the Euro Shank.
Size specifics of this halo ring are a top width of 2.5mm, bottom width of 2.5mm, top height of 1.5mm, and a bottom height of 1.2mm.
Top Width 2.5
Top Height 1.5
Bottom Width 2.5
Bottom Height 1.2