Oval? Oh, yes! Brilliant like a round cut stone but elongated and elegant, the Oval cut is one of our top recommendations for an engagement ring. It is versatile and classic, yet holds an element of the unexpected. These are six different styles featuring Oval cut Contemporary Nexus Diamonds. Warning: You’re going to want at least one of them!






Solitaire

Simple and timeless, the Oval cut stands on its own. The elongated silhouette is flattering and makes the fingers long longer. Plus, this shape maximizes carat weight, so even smaller stones look more substantial. Score.

Solitare

1.46 carat Bali Oval cut engagement ring in rose gold

Halo

Halos are the most popular engagement ring style right now, and an Oval cut center stone takes it to a whole new level. It has an element of vintage style, yet is undeniably modern.

Halo

1.86 carat Fiona engagement ring in yellow gold

Accented Band

The elegance of the Oval cut adds to the overall impression of glamour when paired with a richly accented band. This style has a timelessness about it; it will always stay in style.

Accented Band

2.54 carat Aidan engagement ring in white gold

East-West

Turning the typically vertical Oval cut on its side opens a whole new world of style possibilities. The East-West setting makes the most of this shape’s carat weight because it will take up more space along the width of the finger.

East-West

1.86 carat East-West Classic Oval engagement ring in rose gold

Bezel Set

This modern-looking setting is coming into style as brides look for simplicity, comfort and style in one gorgeous package. The smooth setting will never catch or snag, and the smooth metal surrounding the center stone can make it look even larger.

Bezel Set

1.46 carat Rome Oval engagement ring in white gold

Three Stone

The classic three stone style gets a twist with Oval cut stones. It’s a cool, effortless look that flatters any hand and maximizes carat weight.

Three Stone

2.73 total carat weight Mystery Lady engagement ring in white gold






See what we mean? Ovals are so pretty in any setting, we can’t pick a favorite—can you?