Recently I had the opportunity to make a tanzanite halo engagement ring!
Generally when people think about tanzanite halo rings, they picture the tanzanite being the center stone, and the accent stones being diamonds.
However in this case, the center stone was a 1 carat moissanite and the accent stones were tanzanite. This design choice truly makes the ring more unique.
Tanzanite Accent Stones
Tanzanite color ranges from dark blue to lighter purple. The highest quality being a blend of both.
Due to the beautiful color of tanzanite, it works extremely well as an accent stone. In this case, it was paired with a colorless moissanite and white gold. The white stone and white gold blend beautifully with the colorful accent moissanite.
To add a bit more character and uniqueness to this ring, a “peekaboo stone” was bezel set underneath the halo. There is one set on each side of the ring.
Peekaboo stones, also referred to as “surprise diamonds”, are an interesting addition to a ring when looking at it from a different angle.
Instead of calling them surprise diamonds, In this post I should clarify that they are really “surprise moissanites” as these stones are were selected as moissanite to match the center stone.
Read more about the benefits of moissanite engagement rings
CAD Renderings Help Create A Visual
CAD renderings allow clients to see what their ring will look like before it is cast in metal.
As a result, the client can request any changes they want to see. It is not uncommon for there to be a few “rounds” of renderings before the final design is approved.
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See how this ring looks with unedited coloring under natural light. The moissanite and the tanzanites pair beautifully together.
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