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Published on April 17, 2024
Updated on May 2, 2024

The oval cut diamond rings feature striking, eye-catching flash and fire effects similar to brilliant round circles and are an excellent alternative to the traditional round engagement ring styles. Furthermore, the oval cut diamond rings or wedding bands may be just what you are looking for.

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Here are things you should know about the oval cut diamond rings:

  • The oval cut diamond ring is a newer type of cut created in the 1960s by the famous diamond company Lazare Kaplan International. The portion is a modified brilliant-cut that holds many of the superior qualities of the original – and highly flashy – shining round cut.
  • Most oval cut diamond rings include 56 facets, but some may have a few more factors that depend on how the stone’s underneath are cut. The faultlessly proportional oval cut diamond has a length-to-width ratio of around 1.5. More elevated length-to-width ratios result in more elongate, and skinnier ovals, and lower length-to-width ratios result in shorter, more rotund ovals.
  • The oval cut diamond rings are simply spectacular, specifically in an excellent cut that maintains the authentic aspects of the oval diamond design. The shape itself is exceptionally stable too – no sharp corners or points that can be vulnerable to damage or may catch on clothes or hair – a big plus for everyday wear engagement rings.
  • However, the oval cut diamond ring also costs way less than brilliant round diamonds – and many other classes of expensive cuts like ( e.g., emerald, Asscher, and radiant cuts). Moreover, the savings between engagement rings made with an oval cut diamond ring is typically a few buckets of dollars, sometimes up to a thousand or more dollars, for under 1.0 carat – however, once diamonds go over 1.0 carat, the savings can be pretty significant.
  • The oval cut diamond rings also look fabulous in gemstone styles – notably rubies, aquamarines, and sapphires – and oval diamonds look pretty handsome in men’s diamond wedding bands too.

Whether you decide to buy your oval cut diamond rings, keep this shopping information in mind to guarantee that you can locate a celestial oval cut diamond ring for the right price! For a perfectly oval cut diamond ring, the best length-to-width ratio of the diamond is 1.5.

To avoid purchasing ovals with a noticeable bow-tie effect, look for rings made with oval cut diamond rings and gemstones which feature an ideal or excellent cut. You can even have a suitable amount, but a fair to poor cut will probably have a prominent bow-tie shade in the middle of the diamond.

Stick with diamonds that have been licensed by the world’s top reputable diamond laboratories, including the GIA, AGS, EGL, or IGI.

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Nissan Perla

Nissan Perla has over 40 years in the diamond industry and is the CEO and Owner of Diamond Registry since 1979. Nissan is recognized as one of the talented experts in the diamond world and has been mentioned in publications such as The Washington Post, Chicago Tribune, The Time Out, Sassy HK, and more.

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