A gorgeous oval shaped tanzanite of around 1.550 carats surrounded with 22 diamonds of 0.010 carats looks more elegant when suspended in 14k yellow gold. It looks extremely splendid when hung around the neck of delicate ladies. The classy and opulent appearance of the pendant renders a divine look when blueish violet radiance blends with white sparkle of diamond. It possesses flawless clarity with a Minimum Grade of Deep (D).
Created by LazareKapla, the modern oval cut that we all now know and love dearly was first faceted in the second half of the twentieth century. Most commonly this shape is faceted with 56 planes and is one of the ideal cut to enhance sparkle in most stones. Of course due to there being no fixed dimensions to an oval, (unlike a square or round cut gemstone) oval gems greatly vary in shape – some often broader or more elongated than others. Popularity of this stone grew due to many reasons, but the most important of these factors are originality and flexibility. Fashion trends in the late nineteen hundreds implored for a change, but not too far from tradition. This brought about a slight variation of the conventional uniform cuts like rounds or squares. In terms of flexibility, oval cut gems have a tendency to suit almost all face cuts, hands and necklines perfectly; their rounded surfaces balance sharp facial features but its slight elongation enhances longitudinal planes and rounded features as well. A cut that has all the beauty and gleam of a round cut gemstone with a few extra nuances, the oval cut is now one of the most popular gemstone shapes. Oval shape tanzanite and diamonds are the most popular shapes in latest fashion and are seen recurrently in tanzanite rings, tanzanite studs and bracelets. Though the usual proportion of an oval is 1:1.5, some are shaped wide and short while others long and not so wide. These variations often depend on the shape and size of the original stone, considering a jeweler aims at minimum wastage. The second most important objective is to study the rough stone and make sure the facets maximize the ‘fire’ or refractive index of the gem through its facets. Astrologically a parallel is drawn between the oval shape and an egg. This in turn is directly related to fertility and fecundity in the most literal of senses, further leading to abundance. There is an underlying meaning of new beginnings and the wearer entering a new world with both known and unknown events; excitement and apprehension all at the same time. Oval shape stones are said to be lucky in such endeavors and are associated in the most obvious sense with something increasing or multiplying. You can wear oval shape tanzanite ring for the astrology purpose. All spherical stones are said to radiate energy outward from their core, which makes it all the more important for an oval to be perfectly faceted. Though it is often believed that a stone has much more intense energy if it is found naturally in its shape, faceted crystals are also full of dispositional energy which is channeled through their cuts. Fertility in relation to an egg shaped stone is also metaphorical of the birth of new ideas, hence assisting in stimulating thoughts and creativity. They are said to help in times of difficulty as they open up new paths and opportunities as solutions to both physical as well as mental blocks. Representing the energies of the skies and the grounded earth, oval stones signify unity of two entities and their resulting energy, making them ideal for engagement rings and wedding bands as well.
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