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The Oval cut diamond was created by Lazare Kaplan in the early 1960s. It is similar to the round brilliant, but the fact that the oval diamond has a more elongated shape makes it look bigger than its actual size. Oval diamonds set in engagement rings make the finger of the wearer look slender and longer. The ratio of the diamond needs to be considered because it affects the shape of the diamond. If you prefer a longer oval shape diamond you need to look for one with a larger ratio. If you prefer a more rounded shape you need to look for a diamond with a smaller ratio.

Just like other fancy shapes, Oval cut diamonds can be affected by a gray to black bow tie which appears across the width of the stone. This bow tie affect will not be noted on the diamond grading report, although it can be seen clearly with the naked eye.

  • Shape
  • Carat (CT)
    0.00 - 25.00
  • Clarity
    IF VVS1 VVS2 VS1 VS2 SI1 SI2
  • Color
    D E F G H I J K
  • Price
    $50 - $3000000
  • Lab
    GIA EGL AGS IGI
  • Polish
    IDEAL EX VG GOOD FAIR
  • Depth
    0% - 100%
  • Cut
    IDEAL EX VG GOOD
  • Symmetry
    IDEAL EX VG GOOD FAIR
  • Table
    0% - 100%
  • Fluorescence
    NONE FAINT MED. STRONG

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