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Rose Gold Halo Engagement Rings

Shop our beautiful collection of Rose Gold Halo Engagement Rings. Choose from our large selection of natural and lab grown diamonds to complete your engagement ring.

18kt Rose Gold
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Carat is the measure of a diamond's weight and size. We offer an array of high-quality diamonds ranging from 0.18 to 25.00 carats- with 1.00 carat being the most popular.
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A diamond’s color grade actually measures how little color it reflects. To strike the best balance between cost and beauty, go for diamonds in the Near Colorless range: G, H, and I.
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Clarity indicates how many flaws are visible to the naked eye. Too many flaws can detract from a diamond's beauty.
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Cut is the quality of a diamond’s proportions and symmetry. The better a diamond’s proportions and symmetry, the more sparkle it will produce. Cut is the most important of the 4 Cs.
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Rose Gold Halo Engagement Rings

Ring Style

Derived from vintage rings, halo engagement rings are one of the most popular setting styles at Ritani. One of the most famous halo engagement rings of all time is Kate Middleton's engagement ring, a blue oval-shaped sapphire with a diamond halo. Currently, oval halo engagement rings are trending. Halo engagement ring settings are a great way to add more sparkle to your emerald-cut or Asscher-cut diamond. These diamond shapes don't sparkle much, so a diamond halo will add extra radiance. For extra sparkle, choose a double halo engagement ring.


Rose Gold has a pinkish color and has become very popular for engagement rings. It's unique color and romantic appeal will make your diamond stand out among the other rings. It is made by combining gold with various proporitions of copper and silver to achieve the pink hue. The purity of rose gold is measured in karats. 18K rose gold is made of 75% gold and 25% copper and other alloys.

Lab Grown and Natural Diamonds

To complete your engagement ring, choose from our large selection of certified natural and lab grown diamonds. Whether you are looking for a 1 carat diamond or a 5 carat diamond, you are sure to find something that matches your expectations. Save 40% or more by choosing from our lab grown diamond collections.

All Ritani diamonds are certified by independent diamond grading laboratories. Our earth grown diamonds are certified by either the AGS or GIA – the two most respected independent grading labs in the world, while most of our lab grown diamonds are certified by IGI, the most respected independent lab diamond grading labaratory.

If you need help selecting your Rose Gold Halo Engagement Rings, reach out to us at 1-888-9RITANI or chat now.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • How much should I spend for an engagement ring?

    You may have heard the rule that you should spend 2 or 3 months of your income on your engagement ring, but this rule was just a marketing ploy created by De Beers. Your spend should be based on your budget and the type of engagement ring you are looking to buy.

  • What should I know before buying an engagement ring?

    1. Budget - how much you are willing to spend on a ring
    2. Ring Style - are you looking for a classic ring or maybe a vintage ring?
    3. Metal - rings can be made of platinum or different types of gold
    4. Shape - the shape of the center diamond in your engagement ring
    5. 4 Cs - the color, clarity, cut and size of your diamond are important criteria in choosing your diamond

  • What is the average cost of an engagement ring?

    For natural diamonds, the average cost is around $6,000 and the average carat weight is 1.25 carats. For lab grown diamonds, the average cost is $4,000 and the average carat weight is 2.5 carats.

  • What is a karat?

    Since gold is too soft to be used in a ring, it is often mixed with other metals. The purity of gold is measured in karats. One karat is one part out of 24. Therefore, 24 karat gold is 100% gold (24/24), 18 karat is 75% gold (18/24), while 14 karat is about 58% gold (14/24).

  • Is rose gold a good choice for engagement ring?

    While rose gold is the least popular choice for engagement rings, it is the most unique. It's pink color will stand out among the other rings and makes for a trendy look.