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Home The BlogThe Elegance of the Oval Cut Diamond

The Elegance of the Oval Cut Diamond

In today's post we're going to look at the stunning oval cut diamond and why it is a popular choice for diamond jewellery. The Diamond Info The oval cut diamond is basically a modified version of the round brilliant cut diamond, as the two shaped poses a similar fire and brilliance. The cut was created in the 1960’s by Lazare Kaplan, the only difference is its elongated shape, which has the advantage of looking like a bigger size.

Styles of Oval Cut Diamond Jewellery

Here's a collection of jewels set with oval diamonds we have created for different cutsomer - all are available to buy on our website or via our bespoek section.

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With the oval cut diamond length to with ration is very important, and ideally should be about 1.5:1. The diamond its self is affected by several different elements which can have a big impact of the brilliance. Things like symmetry, width, depth and the diamonds cut all need to be considered to get the best out of the diamond. Diamond clarity – the amount of blemishes or inclusions interfering with the light travelling through will also affect the brilliance of the stone and its sparkle. You may have heard of the bow-tie affect – where the stone can have a shadow across the centre in the shape of a bow-tie. The oval shaped diamond is prone to this so there for needs a excellent cut to avoid the effect.
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