Diamond Oval Rings
the best choice for engagements?
Ovals have become increasingly popular over the last few years and are one of the most versatile and complimentary fancy shapes. Oval diamonds can elongate the finger and make your diamond ring appear much larger, especially when you add a halo to your diamond ring.
Oval Shaped Diamond Rings
The oval stone and oval shaped diamond rings symbolize eternal love because they are never-ending. If you or someone you know is looking for an oval shaped diamond ring that features unique and classic qualities but is still a brilliant stand out, then oval rings are a perfect choice.
As one of the most popular diamond shapes, our oval diamond engagement rings are most likely at the top of your bride’s list. This classic yet modern setting is all about the big bright center stone. Finding the perfect Oval Engagement Ring has never been easier with our endless customization options. No matter what style she is interested or the budget you are trying to stick with, we have something special for her that she’ll love.
Which styles of
are the best?
Whether you’re looking to mix metals or add milgrain detailing or hand engraving, our oval halo engagement rings always turn out beautifully. An oval engagement ring tends to appear larger because of the shape of the stone and they also produce a lot of light compared to most diamond cuts. If you go with a simpler oval engagement ring with a high polish band you can pair, it with a gemstone stackable band for a look that’ll be on-trend and chic. Here are some of the most popular styles of oval wedding rings:
Solitaire Oval Rings
Traditional Oval Engagement Rings
Vintage-Inspired Oval Engagement Rings
Modern Oval Engagement Rings
If you’re looking for a high-quality
oval engagement ring
that will last a lifetime, you’ve come to the right place. All our oval engagement rings are put through a 150-point quality control process that guarantees every ring is of the highest quality and perfectly finished.
Our favorite style is
oval halo engagement rings
, here’s why:
Our Oval Halo Engagement Rings can feature details such as split shanks, double halos, and even gemstones. Some brides and grooms even add their favorite color or birthstone to the halo around their stone to add an even more personalized look to their diamond ring. Some of our favorite gemstones to customize your oval wedding ring with are blue sapphires, rubies, and green emeralds.
The Sylvie collection offers a lot of unique oval halo engagement rings including single prong halo rings such as the Athena halo ring. Other halos can graduate in size as well where you have larger stones at the top and bottom of the halo and smaller stones around the sides. To see this style check out our Jillian oval engagement ring.
For a more non-traditional oval ring, you can try setting your oval diamond in an east to west setting with a halo such as seen in our Scarlett oval halo ring with a spiral band. The diamond is set horizontally rather than vertically.
Are oval diamonds more expensive?
The prices of diamonds vary according to cut, color, clarity and carat weight. Oval diamonds do tend to be larger in size which means a larger carat weight, however, all Sylvie engagement rings are completely customizable so you can choose any size or color of oval diamond you want to set in your Sylvie setting. We recommend taking a look at our diamond guide to learn a little more about diamond quality and what you need to know when choosing the diamond that is right for you.
If you’re looking for a more cost-effective oval ring you can also try a more traditional high polish band or a solitaire setting without diamonds in the band to decrease your over all cost, not to mention it really makes your oval diamond shine as the star of your ring! Some of our favorite solitaire oval engagement rings include
Our most popular signature style of oval wedding rings are these three below:
There are hundreds of styles to choose from when it comes to finding the perfect oval ring. The best part about Sylvie rings is the fact that the options are endless. If you see 2 rings that you like and can’t choose, mix and match your favorite elements to create an entirely unique oval engagement ring.