Whether you’re in the market for an diamond engagement ring or not, it’s hard to deny that the traditional round-cut diamond is starting to feel a little played out. I mean, have you seen how many of them there are? It’s like if every woman on Earth was wearing the same exact dress. And no one wants to be part of a herd of identical humans! So we're here today to recommend another design: an oval cut diamond engagement ring. This shape has a lot going for it, from being more budget friendly than most other options (and diamond prices continue to rise) to being super flattering when worn by its owner or her partner.
You Get More Diamond For Your Buck.
If you're looking for a diamond that will wow your partner, and not break the bank, then an oval cut engagement ring is right up your alley.
Oval diamonds are often referred to as "extra fancy" cut because they're extremely rare and they have more brilliance than other cuts. Their unique shape allows light to reflect from every direction - so it appears to sparkle even when it's just sitting on a table. That makes them perfect for anyone who wants their diamonds to shine!
The Stone Has A Unique Asymmetry That’s Super Flattering.
The shape of an oval cut diamond engagement ring is unique, and that alone makes it special. But the asymmetry of this stone makes it even more interesting to look at. The stone has a slight variance in size on each side, which adds visual intrigue to your diamond ring and makes your piece feel like art rather than jewelry. Plus, this asymmetry gives you extra sparkle because there are more facets on one side than the other.
It Works With Every Type Of Diamond Engagement Ring Setting.
When it comes to diamond engagement rings, there are really only two cuts of diamonds you can choose from: round and princess. The oval cut diamond ring is a great alternative to the round cut. It also works well with any type of setting and can be set in yellow gold or white gold, platinum or silver. This makes it a great option for those who want something different than the traditional diamond engagement ring setting.
It’s Just As Safe As A Round-Cut Diamond.
An oval cut diamond ring has the same brilliance, light refraction and fire as a round-cut diamond. And while it may not be as flashy as the round-shaped stone, it’s just as safe.
So why should you get an oval cut engagement ring? Because it’ll look amazing on your finger and your wallet will thank you too!
It’s An Out-Of-The-Box Option.
You might have heard the popular saying “the ring is the one thing you can show off to your friends, without them thinking you’re showing off.” It’s true! You can get a plain white gold or silver band, but if you really want to impress people and make an impression with your choice of diamond engagement ring, then an oval cut diamond is definitely the way to go.
It has all the characteristics that make round cut diamonds so popular (color, clarity and carat weight), plus it has another unique quality: its shape. The oval cut diamond is not as common as the round cut because it does not have any parallel lines like in other cuts (like emerald), which gives this particular shape an extra touch of elegance and classiness that no other diamond engagement ring can offer.
Oval Cut Diamonds Are A Great Alternative To The Traditional Round Cut Engagement Ring.
If you're looking for a unique and beautiful diamond engagement ring, consider an oval diamond. These diamonds are a great alternative to the traditional round cut diamonds. Not only are they gorgeous, but they come in many different shapes and sizes.
With an oval cut, you’ll have more options when it comes to finding a diamond that fits your needs perfectly, whether that means purchasing one as an anniversary gift or choosing one as part of a wedding band set.
When shopping for an oval diamond engagement ring online or in person at our showroom, we recommend going with a 1 carat stone (or larger) because this size offers more sparkle than smaller stones while remaining under five carats total weight (which will keep costs down).
So, are you ready to take the plunge? The best thing you can do is to get a consultation with a professional jeweler or trusted source. They’ll be able to show you all the different options that are available and help you choose which one is right for your lifestyle and budget. But if you still feel like an oval cut diamond might not be right for you after all that research, then at least we tried!
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