Oval Diamond size chart

Oval Cut

The Oval Shape Diamond is first created in 1960 by Lazare Kaplan. It became loveable among people because of its character, which is the same as the classic round cut diamond. Still, it also looks more prominent then round cut, which also makes the finger of the wearer appear longer and slimmer because of its oval shape. It has 56 facets and most suitable 1.35 to 1.50 side of the diamond.

Scarlett Johansson, Catherine (Duchess of Cambridge), and Blake Ellender Lively are Some well-known Celebrities who have owned the oval cut diamond ring in their hand. One of the famous and largest “Koh-i-Noor” diamond is also in the shape of an oval.

If you are the person who loves classic with a little edge, then this Oval Cut Diamond is the best match for you.

Round

Princess

Cushion

Oval

Emerald

Heart

Pear

Marquise

Asscher

Radiant

Oval MM Size Oval Carat Weight
4.5×3.5 mm. 0.21 ct.
5.0×3.0 mm. 0.21 ct.
5.5×3.5 mm. 0.33 ct.
5.0×4.0 mm. 0.35 ct.
6.0×4.0 mm. 0.50 ct.
6.0×5.0 mm. 0.61 ct.
6.5×4.5 mm. 0.65 ct.
7.0×5.0 mm. 0.75 ct.
7.7×5.7 mm. 1.00 ct.
8.0×6.0 mm. 1.25 ct.
9.0×6.0 mm. 1.41 ct.
8.5×6.5 mm. 1.50 ct.
9.0×7.0 mm. 2.00 ct.
Oval MM Size Oval Carat Weight
10.0×08 mm. 2.50 ct.
10.5×8.5 mm. 2.88 ct.
12.0×08 mm. 3.00 ct.
11.0×09 mm. 3.85 ct.
12.0×10 mm. 5.05 ct.
14.0×10 mm. 5.81 ct.
13.0×11 mm. 6.05 ct.
14.0×12 mm. 8.21 ct.
15.0×12 mm. 8.76 ct.
16.0×12 mm. 9.32 ct.
16.0×14 mm. 11.88 ct.
18.0×13 mm. 12.86 ct.
20.0×15 mm. 14.96 ct.