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Oval Engagement Rings

Discover the timeless beauty and unique charm of our Oval Engagement Rings. Renowned for their elegant elongation and soft curves, oval rings offer a unique take on classic luxury. Our collection showcases the sophistication of this cut, perfect for those who seek a blend of traditional allure and contemporary flair. Each ring in our range symbolises enduring love, crafted to celebrate your unique story and to stand out with its refined appearance.

A History Of The Oval Cut Engagement Ring

Created in the late 1950s, this exquisite cut was developed by a renowned diamond cutter who sought to combine the brilliance of the round cut with a more unique form. This innovation revolutionised the world of fine jewellery, offering a fresh perspective on diamond cuts.

The oval cut quickly gained favour for its ability to maximise brilliance, echoing the appearance of the traditional round cut while presenting a distinct, elongated silhouette. This shape not only enhances the size appearance of the diamond but also lends a slenderising effect to the wearer’s finger, making it an instant classic.

Over the decades, the oval diamond ring has risen to symbolise sophistication and elegance, appealing to those who cherish the time-honoured beauty of the round cut but desire something that sets them apart. Its soft curves and elongated form have made it a popular choice among a diverse range of individuals, including celebrities and royalty, further cementing its status in the world of luxury.

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Why Choose Alicia J Diamonds?

Choosing Alicia J Diamonds means embracing a legacy of quality, craftsmanship, and ethical sourcing. Our commitment to excellence is evident in every engagement ring we craft. We pride ourselves on our meticulous attention to detail, ensuring that each ring is not only visually stunning but also a responsible choice for those who value sustainability and ethical practices in their fine jewellery.

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Oval Engagement Ring FAQs:

We’ve answered some of the most frequently asked questions about oval engagement rings below:

What Does An Oval Ring Symbolise?

Oval-cut engagement rings are often seen as a symbol of creativity and individuality. The elongated oval shape represents a journey of growth and the continuity of a relationship, making it a meaningful choice for an engagement ring.

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How Many Prongs Should An Oval Engagement Ring Have?

Typically, oval diamond rings should have at least four prongs, securing each end and side of the diamond. However, some prefer six prongs for added security and a different aesthetic appeal.

Are Oval Diamonds Classy?

Absolutely, an oval cut diamond is regarded as a representation of class and elegance. Their unique elongated shape offers a timeless yet modern look, making them a popular choice for those seeking both style and sophistication. Oval-cut engagement rings are a perfect choice for your partner if you’re thinking of asking the question. If you’re unsure of what your partner would want, we’d recommend getting in touch with us for a bespoke consultation. We can help you design a ring that fits with their preferences, and is as unique as the bond you share together.

Why Are Oval Rings So Popular?

Oval diamond engagement rings have gained popularity for their flattering shape that elongates the finger, their brilliance, and their unique yet timeless appeal. They strike a perfect balance between traditional and contemporary styles, similar to solitaire engagement rings.

What Is An Oval Ring Called?

An oval ring is typically referred to as an “Oval Cut Engagement Ring.” This term specifically refers to the diamond’s cut, distinguishing it from other shapes like round, princess, or marquise cuts. We offer oval-cut engagement rings in a variety of bands, including a gold band, rose gold, yellow gold and silver.