Finding the ideal pair of halo diamond earrings is not as easy as it seems. There are so many gorgeous pairs available these days that it can be challenging to decide on the perfect pair.
But the designs, and prices, vary significantly. Finding a pair that complements your style and enhances any outfit you wear is essential.
The diamond halo design contributes to some of the most beautiful pairs of earrings on the market. If you’re searching for a pair of earrings that captures this timeless style, then read on as we go over our 20 top halo diamond earrings.
1. Ingram Earrings
Each Ingram Earring features an old European-cut center diamond with a combined weight of 2.90 carats, while the surrounding clusters of additional diamonds bring the total combined weight to approximately 6.30 carats. We love these earrings because they offer an elegant and luxurious look that should suit anybody beautifully.
2. Fancy Yellow Diamond Earrings
These fancy yellow diamond earrings are the epitome of elegance. Firstly, each earring features a yellow pear-shaped diamond set in 18k gold. In total, the yellow diamonds weigh 5.35 carats. Then, stunning halos of F color brilliant-cut diamonds surround the free-hanging yellow stones totaling 5.21 carats. What’s more, a row of diamonds across the level back makes these earrings even more special.
Of course, the pear-shaped diamonds have full GIA certification, which is available upon request. If you want to own or gift halo diamond earrings that will make a statement, then this pair is certainly worth your consideration.
3. Stanton Earrings
If you’re looking for one-of-a-kind diamond halo drop earrings, then the striking Stanton Earrings will surely catch your eye. A single platinum link chain connects the top and bottom sections of the earrings. Consequently, this allows the earrings to sway gracefully and stand out, regardless of where you are.
The diamonds are all old European cut, and the total weight is approximately 3.10 carats. Finally, the diamonds are I color and range from VS1 to VS2 clarity overall.
4. Meadowbrook Earrings
Diamond halo stud earrings are the ideal accessory for any cocktail party, church wedding, or special occasion.
The Meadowbrook Earrings are slightly bigger than one would expect for this type of halo diamond earrings, so they certainly stand out and will command attention. The old European-cut center diamonds weigh 0.63 and 0.65 carats, while the surrounding sunburst halo of diamonds totals approximately 1.33 carats per earring. Finally, the center stones are GIA-certified with I color grades.
5. Pier Earrings
If you’re a fan of Victorian-era style jewelry, then you won’t want to miss the Pier Earrings. This one-of-a-kind pair is sure to steal the show regardless of what you’re wearing. The contrast of silver and gold adds another layer of charm. The earrings feature rose-cut diamonds weighing approximately 4.99 carats with I color and VS1 clarity. What’s more, these precious stones were cut over 100 years ago.
6. Irvine Earrings
Charm, simplicity, and elegance are all words that perfectly describe the Irvine Earrings. They’re the perfect gift for anyone in your life who loves halo earrings. The total diamond weight amounts to approximately 1.60 carats, while the measurements of the diamond cluster are 10.90 x 10.90 mm.
These earrings are platinum, though the lever backs are 18k gold, thus providing a stunning contrast to make the gold and diamonds pop. This combination of metal also allows for a better mechanism and ensures the earrings are more comfortable.
7. Remington Earrings
If you’re a fan of floral motifs, then the Victorian-era Remington Earrings are an excellent choice. Handcrafted in England circa 1850, these silver on 18k yellow gold earrings feature an intricate floral design comprised of two prominent layers. Each layer features a series of petals adorned with old mine-cut, antique cushion-cut, and single-cut diamonds totaling approximately 2.10 carats.
8. Norwich Earrings
These Edwardian-style halo diamond earrings feature old mine-cut diamonds in the drops, but all of the intricate details are what truly set this pair apart. The most iconic aspect of the earrings must be the cohesive blend of various shapes.
The drop is quite elegant and the earrings remain stationary, without any sections dangling independently. The total diamond weight of the earrings is approximately 2.00 carats. Indeed, the Norwich Earrings are the pair you’ll wear when you want to shine in a crowd.
9. Trenton Earrings Circa 1840
If you love antique jewelry, then the Trenton Earrings will likely wow you. These gorgeous Victorian-era earrings were handcrafted in 18k yellow gold circa 1840.
The design consists of an old mine-cut center diamond surrounded by a double halo of additional old mine-cut diamonds. The stones are I-J color, and SI1-I2 clarity overall, totalling 3.00 carats. These earrings are a piece of history and represent a timeless elegance.
10. Camborne Earrings
Up next, the Camborne Earrings are perfect for those who love a bit of color in their jewelry, especially if blue is their color. These platinum earrings feature a striking 1.00-carat center diamond of J color and VS clarity. Of course, the surrounding halo of natural blue French-cut sapphires is the main draw.
You can wear these earrings to a casual get-together with friends or to the opera. Either way, they will complement your style and accentuate your facial features.
11. Lorne Earrings
The Lorne Earrings radiate romance and tenderness. This charming pair of platinum halo diamond earrings features two diamonds weighing around 0.32 carats, while the total diamond weight of the earrings is approximately 1.60 carats.
The surrounding halo is minimal, yet very effective. Not only do they stand out due to their charming design, but the gap between the halos and center stones certainly helps emphasize each element. Finally, the earring clips are made from gold.
12. Cardiff Earrings Circa 1880
If you adore vintage jewelry, then the Cardiff Earrings are a must-see. These Victorian-era cluster earrings come with Euro backs and measure 16.52 x 15.80 mm. The earrings feature old mine-cut diamonds set in prongs in a double halo design. They feature H-I color and VS2-SI1 clarity grades overall and weigh 4.85 carats in total. Finally, these stunning earrings were handcrafted in 18k yellow gold circa 1880.
13. Patton Earrings
There can never be too many Art Deco-style earrings on these lists, especially if they’re as beautiful as the Patton Earrings. For jewelry reminiscent of this era, they’re pretty toned down. However, the clean design is still evident. The round brilliant-cut center diamonds weigh approximately 0.40 carats each and look spectacular.
The designer likely wanted to avoid any unnecessary complications and distractions. These Art Deco floral halo diamond earrings feature 18k yellow gold backs and handcrafted platinum construction.
14. Veneto Earrings
What’s more perfect than a pair of halo diamond earrings? A pair of halo diamond earrings with natural emeralds, of course. The emeralds weigh 5.54 carats in total, while the total diamond weight is approximately 10.37 carats.
The Colombian emeralds feature a dreamy green saturation, while old European-cut diamonds form a surrounding halo. The Veneto Earrings are vintage, and the 18k yellow gold beautifully complements the stones. If you’re on the hunt for truly special halo diamond earrings, this pair will not disappoint.
15. Canvey Earrings
If you can’t decide between a classic halo diamond and pearl earrings, then the Canvey Earrings are an excellent compromise. Each center stone weighs 0.08 carats, while the outer halo consists of fifteen diamonds totaling 0.65 carats. Most importantly, the inner halo of eight pearls is the stand-out aspect of this design. Finally, these platinum earrings feature 18k yellow gold lever backs.
16. Salem Earrings
The Salem Earrings are perfect for anybody with a unique and exquisite style. If purple is your favorite color but you also love diamonds, then these earrings will likely impress you. A delicate halo of prong-set single-cut diamonds surrounds the purple oval-cut amethyst.
Diamond halo drop earrings draw attention and admiration. The earrings were handcrafted in 14k yellow gold, which combines well with the purple amethyst and diamonds for a regal look. If you need a distinctive and incredibly elegant pair of earrings for a special occasion, then the Salem Earrings stand out in appearance and price.
17. Vail Earrings
The Vail Earrings are the perfect pair for those who love colorful jewelry. This beautiful pair of earrings features gorgeous aquamarines totaling 2.30 carats, while the surrounding pinkish French-cut ruby halos are approximately 0.85 carats. These earrings are made in platinum and with push-back backs. Finally, fine milgrain borders the center stones as well as the halos to emphasize them with extra sparkle.
18. Westergard Earrings
If you’re looking for something sleek and stylish, then we recommend the lustrous Westergard Earrings.
Handcrafted in platinum with 18k yellow gold posts, this chic pair of earrings features 0.25-carat bezel-set round brilliant-cut diamonds in the center of a gorgeous diamond halo. What’s more, the sparkling diamonds are emphasized by fine milgrain borders as well as a cleverly placed gap between the halo and center diamond. Finally, the halo itself adds another 0.33 carats to the total diamond weight.
19. Batley Earrings
Up next, the Batley Earrings feature a distinctive geometric design and rely on the black-and-white color combination to capture attention. Of course, the use of geometry and color here is characteristic of the Art Deco Era; and although this pair is not technically Art Deco, it certainly captures the style well.
The bottom and top sections both feature a single diamond surrounded by natural onyx, while the bottom section has an additional surrounding black onyx ring. Additionally, a diamond baguette link connects the two sections, bringing the total diamond weight to approximately 1.80 carats with G-H color and VS clarity overall.
20. Fullerton Earrings
Last, but certainly not least, the exquisite Fullerton Earrings feature pear-shaped aquamarines surrounded by single-cut diamond halos.
The diamonds of the delicate floral halos sit in half bezels, while two additional diamonds sit atop each earring, bringing the total diamond weight of each earring to approximately 0.48 carats. Finally, these earrings feature platinum on 18k yellow gold and have a length of approximately 2.50cm.
Shopping Advice for Buying Halo Diamond Earrings
Halo diamond earrings are a wonderful and valuable purchase. Whether you’re buying them for yourself or a loved one, it’s essential to know which questions to ask and which features are most important. To help guide you toward a more well-informed purchase, we’ve compiled a few noteworthy tips:
- Only buy from reputable jewelers, both online and in person.
- An expensive price tag is not always the best indicator of quality. Trends influence prices too.
- A price that seems impossibly low can be a warning sign. Be aware of potential scams.
- Don’t hesitate to ask for GIA certificates.
- Take your time with the purchase. Don’t let someone’s drive to make a commission influence your decision.
- Allow yourself to enjoy shopping for halo diamond earrings.
Talk to a Jewelry Expert
Shopping for a lovely pair of halo diamond earrings should be a happy and exciting experience. With the information contained in this article, we hope that you’ve found some fantastic options and feel better equipped to find the perfect pair.
Some people stick to the classic stud earring style, while others look for the perfect pair of drop halo diamond earrings. If you’re not precisely sure what would suit you best and would like some assistance with the process, then Estate Diamond Jewelry will happily help.
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