Oval Cut Engagement Rings

Oval Cut Engagement Rings

The Oval cut diamond is perfect for an engagement ring, the shape optimises carat weight which means that the drawn elongated shape can make it appear larger than other shapes of a similar carat weight.

Oval Cut Engagement Rings

Why Oval?

For an even Oval shape, we recommend that you aim for a ratio of between 1.33 and 1.66 in order to maximise the light reflection that passes through the diamonds structure of 58 facets. Oval shapes are continuing to grow in popularity and are a historically a symbol of luxury and wealth. What better way to continue this symbol than with an oval shaped diamond engagement ring.

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Oval Cut Engagement Rings

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Oval cut engagement rings are a perfect way to optimise size per carat weight and it will elongate the finger due to its shape. Famous oval cut engagement rings include those worn by Jennifer Aniston, Miranda Kerr and Blake Lively.

Oval Cut Engagement Rings

Diamond Facet Structure

Originating in the 19th century, an oval cut diamond will usually have 58 facets. The ideal ratio is between 1.33 and 1.66. Some oval cut diamonds can have a “bow-tie effect” which occurs when the central facets cast a shadow when the light passes through.


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