A halo ring is not only a beautiful choice - it also has other practical benefits, with the halo of diamonds giving the illusion of a larger centre stone while also protecting it from damage.
Double Round Halo
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In The Heart of Hatton Garden
We invite you to visit us at our studio in Hatton Garden, London, and experience the world of Budrevich first-hand.
Discover how we can create a bespoke jewel for you or your partner and meet the talented artisans who handcraft every Budrevich creation in our state-of-the-art workshop.
All in the Detail
From the moment you arrive for your first appointment to the completion of a jewel, our bespoke service is designed to put you at ease and welcome you into our world.
During your appointment you will get to speak directly to the artisan who will be creating your bespoke piece and, after your jewel has been made, we share photographs of the craftsmanship process — a unique memento of your experience with us.
Passionate About Our Craft
Our approach to jewellery making is uncompromising: we won’t settle for anything but the best.
Designed to last a lifetime, every Budrevich jewel is crafted by hand to the highest standards and never leaves our hands until we have achieved perfection.
frequently asked questions
These are the most frequently asked questions. If you have any questions, please contact us.
The history of halo rings can be traced all the way back to the Georgian era, so it is safe to say that halo rings are a style that will endure. Engagement ring trends come and go, but a halo design is a modern classic, with different options to suit everyone, from vintage cluster styles to coloured centre stones and double or even triple halos of diamonds for maximum impact.
To create the shimmering effect that is associated with a halo engagement ring, small melée stones are set in a cluster style setting. At Budrevich we select our halo diamonds with the same attention to quality as our solitaire stones.
A diamond halo is a great way to make your engagement ring look bigger, but always bear the proportion of the diamonds in mind. Don’t go crazy with size because the halo is supposed to highlight the centre stone and not the other way around.
A good halo ring will have excellent, balanced proportions between the centre stone and the halo, and check that the centre stone sits centrally within the halo and is not raised too high within it, which often occurs when rings are mass manufactured. We also recommend asking the question: is the ring Wed-Fit? At Budrevich, we can custom make your halo ring to be Wed-Fit, but this is not common practice.