Oval diamond rings? Yes, please! They’re as brilliant as a round cut diamond stone but more elongated and elegant-looking.
The oval cut has been highly recommended for an engagement ring over the years. It is a classic and versatile piece, yet holds a certain element of exquisiteness. There are already a lot of available design options for oval rings these days, but none compares to the quality of a bespoke diamond jewellery. With bespoke, you have the option of choosing the carat weight, the setting, the metal band, and even some of the details that would differentiate your ring from everybody else’s. You get involved in the overall process.
That’s probably the reason why most people would search for design inspirations online, then incorporate their very own design ideas, and finally, making it all a reality with the help of a skilled bespoke jeweller. So, if you’re running out of ideas in mind, have a look at these different styles of diamond rings that features a stunning oval cut.
Halo designs are pretty much the most popular style of engagement rings right now, and an Oval cut centre stone takes this setting into a whole new level of elegance. It has an element of a vintage style ring, but is still unquestionably modern, especially when paired with a high-quality metal band.
Because of its simplicity, the diamond solitaire design is a timeless piece that will never go out of style. Take this oval cut diamond for example, it shines on its own even without any extra stones on the sides. What’s more, the elongated silhouette of this setting is very flattering and makes the fingers look longer too. In addition, this shape maximizes the carat weight of the diamond stone, so even the stones with smaller carats can look extremely substantial. Now that’s an awesome hack.
By merely turning the commonly vertical oval cut on its side, opens a whole new world of design possibilities. This type of setting, mainly called East-West, makes the most out of the stone’s carat weight as it will take up more space along the width of the ring finger. That makes the diamond look bigger, thus, giving an illusion of a much larger stone.
The Accented Band
The splendidness of the oval cut adds to the overall idea of allure, particularly when paired with a luxuriously accented band. This type of setting has an unfading charm about it, making it a diamond ring design that will always stay in style.
The Three Stone
This classic three stone ring design gets a lovely twist by opting for oval cut stones. Its phenomenal look will surely get anyone’s attention, as it also flatters any hand that wears it. Aside from that, this style also maximizes the carat weight of the stone.
The Bezel Set
This contemporary setting is continuously making its way into the style ladder, as more and more brides opt for its comfort, simplicity, and durability in one gorgeous piece. The smooth setting of this style will never snag or catch anything, and the sleek metal surrounding the centre diamond stone will make it look even bigger.
May the alluring designs of these bespoke oval cut diamond rings inspire you!
For more than ten years, Daniel Greenberg has been hand crafting DG Bespoke Jewellery and is known as a trained master diamond mounter and goldsmith. As he was taught by one of the best jewelers in London (his father), Daniel makes certain that all his unique pieces are pure perfection.