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Oval Lab Grown Diamonds


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The Oval cut lab grown diamond has become increasingly popular among those seeking a unique, affordable and modern alternative to natural, classic diamond shapes. The elongated shape of the diamond helps to create the illusion of greater size, making it appear larger than other diamonds of similar carat weight. Unlike traditional round diamonds, which have sharp corners that can be prone to chipping, the Oval cut features smooth, rounded edges that are less susceptible to damage. These beautiful, well-cut lab grown diamonds make a smart choice for everyday wear and ensures that your diamond will retain its beauty and integrity for years to come.


At Diamond Wish, we offer a stunning selection of Oval cut lab-created diamonds in various sizes, colors, and clarities, allowing you to find the perfect stone to suit your preferences and budget. Whether you're searching for a dazzling center stone for an engagement ring or a striking pendant, our extensive inventory has something for every occasion. Need help finding the perfect proportions for your oval cut diamond ring? Whether you prefer shorter and wider ovals or a slim and long ovals, our product specialists are here to help explain the difference and guide you in your diamond journey today.


If you have any questions or need assistance choosing your diamond please contact our product specialists who are happy to help you via phone (855-368-2837) or chat, 7 days a week.

Among the fancy shapes, ovals and elongated radiant cuts are gaining in popularity. These particular cuts not only give the illusion of more slender fingers but also bigger-looking diamonds compared to other shapes of same carat weight. Similar to the round brilliant cut diamond, ovals are cut to maximize brilliance and light performance, making them a popular choice for engagement rings.

At Diamond Wish we have a large selection of natural (mined) diamonds to choose from. We can supply diamonds from any grading laboratory but our most common reports for natural diamonds are GIA (Gemological Institute of America) and EGL (European Gemological Laboratories). We also carry a collection of lab grown diamonds with grading reports from both EGL and I.G.I (International Gemological Institute).