‘Tis the season for stacking rings and golden things, so we’re super happy to see the new Halo – Rings for Angels collection from Sheila Fleet, one of Scotland’s leading jewellery designers.
They’re designed to stack easily with your engagement and wedding rings, adding a wee flash of colour for a chic and alternative look!
Here’s a sneak peek at the new range…
These rings will brighten any dark winter evening and add a little lightness to the routine of your day.
Wear the rings individually or collect all colours of the rainbow: red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo and violet!
These Halo rings are just perfect to mix n’ match and stack, bringing a fresh look to your own favourite rings.
Here all colours of the rainbow are on one single ring and combined with a diamond engagement ring and two wedding bands.
Combine Halo in Crystal enamel with a gold Ogham ring handset with diamonds to create a beautiful and unusual engagement and wedding ring set with a lovely secret message: the ancient Ogham script reads ‘A Blessing’.
The gold Ogham makes an eye-catching wedding band while the Crystal enamel of the Halo ring captures the traditional white of a bride’s wedding dress.
Both rings in 9ct yellow gold also make a luxurious ring set, or you can always wear one each as wedding bands and create your own special message.
Each ring is different but they also belong together, so you’ve got lots of room to create a unique ring set.
Or as an exciting alternative, add a brightly coloured Halo ring to the Ogham wedding band.
For a very affordable option (coming in at under £200 for the set), try a Halo ring with a silver Ogham ring. Again, any colour Halo ring will work here, so you can pick a colour that means something to you.
If you’d like to have the sparkle of a gemstone then Halo rings also stack very well with Sheila’s popular Matrix rings.
Choose from yellow, white or rose gold, handset with a white diamond or brightly coloured gemstone.
All Sheila’s rings are made in her Workshop by the sea in the Orkney Islands. The Workshop can make rings in almost any size, from very narrow to very wide, and all rings are made to order just for you.