$4000 Halo Rings
It should come as no surprise that our most popular engagement ring style by far and away is the halo engagement ring setting. It makes your diamond look larger, translates to added carat weight at a fraction of the cost of a larger center diamond, and it’s a generally glamorous, beautiful style of engagement ring.
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And when you’re shopping on a budget, a halo engagement ring is an even more attractive option than before. Today, we’re showing off some of our $4000 halo rings, and a few that are even less. This is a fantastic budget and can get you a beautiful ring that will wow the woman of your dreams.
This amazing Gabriel New York halo ring is one of our newest additions at Diamonds by Raymond Lee. The soft square halo is a beautiful frame to the center stone of your choice (cushion or round will look best), plus two generously sized accent diamonds add .53 ctw to this white gold setting. It also is available in yellow gold and rose gold! This beauty is only $1925, leaving you another $2000+ to spend on the perfect center stone – or you can leave the CZ in and pocket that cash.
Another gorgeous Gabriel ring, this is a stunning love knot halo with braided diamond shanks that twist and turn into a perfect round halo center. The accent diamonds weigh .44 carats total, in white, yellow or rose gold. And this beauty is only $1690.
This A. Jaffe beauty isn’t online yet, so if you want it, call or e-mail us with this pic! You can also mention it was on the Diamonds by Raymond Lee Instagram on 3/16/ It’s a gorgeous white gold setting (though it can be special ordered in other colors) that comes in 14 karat and 18 karat. The single shank and outer halo feature small shared prong diamonds, while the inner halo gets slightly larger. And for this ring, the center stone is included – and the ring is still only $2200!
Related: Does that price include the diamond?
This amazing Henri Daussi cushion halo engagement ring is a unique twist on the traditional. A gently flared y-shank opens up to a warm, candlelit cushion cut diamond. The center stone is a 0.70ct Cushion cut Diamond, K in color, SI1 in clarity, and the setting features another .26 carats of accent diamonds. This beauty is $3930.
Hello, Verragio! This square halo, shown here with a princess cut, features half a carat of accent round brilliants set in white gold, just waiting for the perfect center diamond, and it’s only $2350!
What’s your favorite under $4000 halo ring?