The oval diamond cut has been around for quite some time, but the cut that we know today was created in the 1960s. It’s a cross between the round brilliant and the pear shaped diamond except that it has no pointed corners. Known as a modified round brilliant, the oval cut contains the same number of facets as a round cut (58 facets). This gives it excellent sparkle and fire. Visually, it tends to elongate fingers, making them appear slender and long. They look stunning on any hand and go well with a range of styles and settings.
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This Platinum ring features a center 1.51CT F/VS2 Oval Diamond with two 0.92CTW Diamonds on each side. Size 6, resizing and customizations welcome with additional cost. Pricing available upon request. Call...
KT: (Karat) refers to the fineness of gold: one karat is equal to 1/24th part of pure gold in an alloy.
18KTY: 18 Karat Yellow Gold
18KTW: 18 Karat White Gold
18KTR: 18 Karat Rose Gold
14KTY: 14 Karat Yellow Gold
14KTW: 14 Karat White Gold
14KTR: 14 Karat Rose Gold
CTW: (Total Carat Weight) The term refers to the sum of the weights of all diamonds mounted in a piece of jewelry.
SHANK: refers to the band of the ring or the part that actually encircles your finger. Most shanks are round, but there are also square shaped-shanks and other more creative shapes.
GIA : Gemological Institute of America; known as the leading authority for gemology internationally.
GIA Color Grading Scale: The GIA scale begins with the letter D, representing colorlessness, and continues with increasing presence of color to the letter Z, representing light yellow, light brown or light gray. The 23 color grades on the GIA Color Scale (or diamond color chart) are subdivided into five subcategories, which are: colorless (D-F); near colorless (G-J); faint (K-M); very light (N-R); and light (S-Z).
GIA Diamond Clarity Scale: The GIA Diamond Clarity Scale has 6 categories, some of which are divided, for a total of 11 specific grades.
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