Halo 600 and 800 series

Both 600- and 800-series styles feature a halo.

A halo circles the center stone with a pave-set diamond frame. On occasion, the halo can be set with gemstones other than diamonds.
More on pave styles here.

600-series

Traditional pave brings conservative style to the halo design. 600-series rings have an antique flair, often emphasized by millgrain.

601 – one row of pave on the shank, plain basket, example
603 – three rows of pave on the shank, plain basket, example
610 – one row of pave on the basket, plain shank, example
611 – one row of pave on the shank, pave on the basket, example
613 – three rows of pave on the shank, pave on the basket, example 

800-series

 

Series 800 features a modern style of pave. 

Each style number in the series indicates how many rows of pave the ring has. The middle digit tells the number of rows on the ring’s halo. The last digit tells the number of rows on the ring’s shank.

801 – one row of pave on the shank, plain basket, example
803 – three rows of pave on the shank, plain basket, example
810 – one row of pave on the basket, plain shank, example
811 – one row of pave on the shank, pave on the basket, example
813 – three rows of pave on the shank, pave on the basket, example 

Leon Mege 811 Halo style is the most popular halo engagement ring style.

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