Style Spotlight: 5 Oval-Shape Diamond Center Stone Engagement Rings



Ovals may not currently be as popular as other diamond shapes, but given enough case space and sales staff support, their profile could change

There’s no doubt that fancy-shape ovals are beautiful, but trade research consistently shows that they are still not as widely appreciated (purchased) as the round. But with the oval’s elongated size comes a different type of brilliance and sparkle that has smitten many a bride—albeit one with a more sophisticated taste. Here are five new oval-shape diamond engagement rings ready to thrill the right five gals.  

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Ring in 18k gold with a 1.06 ct. red oval-shape diamond, $4,180; Todd Reed

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Engagement ring in 18k gold with 1.24 ct. rose-cut diamond, $8,900; Catherine Angiel

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Engagement ring in platinum and 18k yellow gold with oval-shape 1.02 ct. natural fancy intense yellow diamond and 0.62 ct. t.w. colorless diamonds, $29,000; Gem Platinum

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Ring in 14k rose gold with oval-shape 2 ct. G-color, VS2-clarity diamond and 1.5 cts. t.w. melee, $38,000; Julez Bryant

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Limited-edition (15 pieces) Blossom ring in platinum and 18k gold with 1.85 cts. t.w. diamonds including oval cuts with knife-edge wire, price on request; Alexandra Mor

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