Oval Cut Diamonds

October 22, 2019

Oval Cut Diamonds

Oval cut diamonds are extremely popular and our most requested diamond at present.

This classic shape is coveted among celebrities with the likes of Kirsten Dunst, Hailey Baldwin, Erin Foster, Blake Lively, Devon Windsor and Jo Jo Fletcher donning oval-cut engagement rings.

Oval cut diamonds have a wonderful fire and brilliance, similar to a round cut and due to their elongated shape, can create the illusion of a larger size as well as making the finger of the wearer look more slender and longer.

Of the variations of engagement ring styles containing oval shaped diamonds, our most popular styles are the classic oval cut solitaire and the oval halo diamond ring.

Below is a beautiful example of a classic solitaire oval cut diamond engagement ring. It has been set with one oval diamond 2.03ct and 16 round brilliant cut diamonds lining its shoulders.

solitaire oval cut diamond engagement ring

 

The ring pictured below is a classic oval cut halo and was crafted as a bespoke piece. It features an oval cut diamond surrounded with a halo of round brilliant cut diamonds.

If you have any questions on oval cut diamonds, please contact us or visit us at 24 St Quentin Avenue Claremont to view our complete range of oval cut diamond engagement rings.

We can also create your very own dream oval cut diamond engagement ring through our custom made service.




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