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.
Ring in 18k gold with a 1.06 ct. red oval-shape diamond, $4,180; Todd Reed
Engagement ring in 18k gold with 1.24 ct. rose-cut diamond, $8,900; Catherine Angiel
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
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
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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