Oval Shape Diamonds

Oval Diamond
The closest relative to the round brilliant cut diamond, invented by Lazare Kaplan in the 1960's.
It's a great choice for someone looking for a brilliant sparkly diamond that is less common and more individual. They can suit ladies with a longer finger more than a round diamond. Oval diamonds vary in proportion from a slight oval (fat) to a long narrow oval. Beauty is in the eyes of the beholder, it comes down to personal choice - however a length to width ratio of 1.5:1 or similiar is usually a nice proportion. Many have a bow-tie affect, like with some other shapes (eg: pear shape and the marquise shape diamonds) however when it's slight to moderate it's normally acceptable.

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PRIVATE DIAMONDS 4 SALE

Shape: Round
Carat: 1.54Ct
Cert.: AGS
Asking: $ 10000 (QLD)
Shape: Round
Carat: 0.83Ct
Cert.: DCLA
Asking: $ 2009 (QLD)
Shape: Princess
Carat: 1.34Ct
Cert.: LPC*
Asking: $ 7000 (VIC)
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