OVAL Shape Gemstones

Natural Vivid Green Tsavorite 1.75 ct.
Natural Vivid Green Tsavorite 1.75 ct.
$2,100
Natural Tsavorite Garnet Oval cut Matching Pair  2.3 ct.
Natural Tsavorite Garnet Oval cut Matching Pair 2.3 ct.
$2,500
Neon Blue Paraiba Tourmaline 1.01 ct.
Neon Blue Paraiba Tourmaline 1.01 ct.
$3,300
Unheated Spinel in Pinkish Purple Color 2.44 ct.
Unheated Spinel in Pinkish Purple Color 2.44 ct.
$3,300
Unheated Sapphire 2+ ct.
Unheated Sapphire 2+ ct.
$3,300
Peach Tourmaline 7.21 ct.
Peach Tourmaline 7.21 ct.
$3,388
Red-Orange Spessartite Garnet 9.19 ct.
Red-Orange Spessartite Garnet 9.19 ct.
$3,400
Natural Tsavorite 2.10 ct.
Natural Tsavorite 2.10 ct.
$3,500
Unheated Pink Sapphire 2.92 ct.
Unheated Pink Sapphire 2.92 ct.
$3,900
Pink Unheated Sapphire 2.52 ct.
Pink Unheated Sapphire 2.52 ct.
$3,900
Natural Spinel 2.9 ct.
Natural Spinel 2.9 ct.
$3,915
Flawless Blue Tanzanite 7.39 ct.
Flawless Blue Tanzanite 7.39 ct.
$3,999
Teal Sapphire 2.61 ct.
Teal Sapphire 2.61 ct.
$4,300
Tourmaline 8.05 ct.
Tourmaline 8.05 ct.
$4,347
Pigeon Blood Ruby 1.09 ct.
Pigeon Blood Ruby 1.09 ct.
$5,300
Pink Tourmaline 7.92 ct.
Pink Tourmaline 7.92 ct.
$5,306
Violet Purple Umbalite Garnet 5.16 ct.
Violet Purple Umbalite Garnet 5.16 ct.
$5,418
Orange Spessartite 6.62 ct.
Orange Spessartite 6.62 ct.
$5,700
Tourmaline pair 8.85 ct.
Tourmaline pair 8.85 ct.
$5,929
Natural Heated Sapphire pair 1.79 ct. & 2.32 ct.
Natural Heated Sapphire pair 1.79 ct. & 2.32 ct.
$6,165
Yellow Tourmaline 8.73 ct.
Yellow Tourmaline 8.73 ct.
$6,198
Unheated Vivid Red Pigeon blood Ruby 1.24 ct.
Unheated Vivid Red Pigeon blood Ruby 1.24 ct.
$6,300
Yellow Sapphire 4.50 ct.
Yellow Sapphire 4.50 ct.
$7,065
Tourmaline in Pinkish Orange Color 7.99 ct.
Tourmaline in Pinkish Orange Color 7.99 ct.
$7,300
Teal Sapphire 4.74 ct.
Teal Sapphire 4.74 ct.
$7,700
Star White Sapphire 16.23 ct.
Star White Sapphire 16.23 ct.
$7,700
Natural Sapphire 2.31 ct.
Natural Sapphire 2.31 ct.
$7,700
Spessartite 11.03 ct.
Spessartite 11.03 ct.
$8,493
Padparadscha Sapphire 2.04 ct.
Padparadscha Sapphire 2.04 ct.
$8,772
Natural Emerald 3.32 ct.
Natural Emerald 3.32 ct.
$9,296
Santa Maria Aquamarine pair 5.52 ct.
Santa Maria Aquamarine pair 5.52 ct.
$9,384
Arctic Neon Tourmaline Paraiba 3.55 ct.
Arctic Neon Tourmaline Paraiba 3.55 ct.
$9,407
Emerald 3.32 ct.
Emerald 3.32 ct.
$9,956
Tanzanite & Rubellite 29.60 ct.
Tanzanite & Rubellite 29.60 ct.
$10,000
Sphene pair 9.73 ct. & 8.92 ct.
Sphene pair 9.73 ct. & 8.92 ct.
$10,030
Burmese Spinel 6.84 ct.
Burmese Spinel 6.84 ct.
$10,253
Tourmaline Paraiba 3.80 ct.
Tourmaline Paraiba 3.80 ct.
$10,260
Blue Sapphire 4.73 ct.
Blue Sapphire 4.73 ct.
$10,879
Natural Royal Blue Sapphire 5 ct.
Natural Royal Blue Sapphire 5 ct.
$11,475
Set of Tsavorites, Pink Sapphires, Tsavorite
Set of Tsavorites, Pink Sapphires, Tsavorite
$11,999
Tanzanite pair 18.64 ct.
Tanzanite pair 18.64 ct.
$14,352
Pink Tourmaline 17.42 ct.
Pink Tourmaline 17.42 ct.
$15,155
Natural VIvid Green Emerald 3.94 ct.
Natural VIvid Green Emerald 3.94 ct.
$15,366
Burmese Sapphire 4.18 ct.
Burmese Sapphire 4.18 ct.
$19,646
Heated Sapphire 5.17 ct.
Heated Sapphire 5.17 ct.
$20,163
Green Tourmaline 23.06 ct.
Green Tourmaline 23.06 ct.
$20,523
Unheated Sapphire 5.85 ct.
Unheated Sapphire 5.85 ct.
$21,645
Natural Emerald 6 ct.
Natural Emerald 6 ct.
$24,000
Neon Paraiba Tourmaline 8.38 ct.
Neon Paraiba Tourmaline 8.38 ct.
$28,492
Tourmaline Paraiba 17.60 ct.
Tourmaline Paraiba 17.60 ct.
$30,800
Natural Sapphire 7.18 ct.
Natural Sapphire 7.18 ct.
$40,926
Tourmaline Paraiba pair 18.97 ct.
Tourmaline Paraiba pair 18.97 ct.
$70,189
Tourmaline Paraiba 16.61 ct.
Tourmaline Paraiba 16.61 ct.
$76,406
Aquamarine Santa Maria 56.40 ct.
Aquamarine Santa Maria 56.40 ct.
$84,600
Paraiba Tourmaline 10.35 ct.
Paraiba Tourmaline 10.35 ct.
$85,905
Tourmaline Paraiba 11.22 ct.
Tourmaline Paraiba 11.22 ct.
$112,189
Tourmaline Paraiba pair 15.87 ct. & 15.06 ct.
Tourmaline Paraiba pair 15.87 ct. & 15.06 ct.
$194,859
 Natural Paraiba. Each of the 7 gemstones ~ 40 ct.
Natural Paraiba. Each of the 7 gemstones ~ 40 ct.
$200,000
Tourmaline Paraiba 13.84 ct.
Tourmaline Paraiba 13.84 ct.
$550,000
Natural Tourmaline 8.45 ct.
Natural Tourmaline 8.45 ct.
$10,000
Natural Pinkish Red unheated Ruby 3.54 ct.
Natural Pinkish Red unheated Ruby 3.54 ct.
$27,258

In the enchanting world of gemstones, the oval cut stands as a testament to the artistry and craftsmanship that defines fine jewelry. This particular cut, characterized by its elongated round shape with softly curved sides, has been a favorite among gemstone enthusiasts and jewelry designers for generations. Its popularity lies not just in its aesthetic appeal but also in the way it enhances the natural beauty of rare gems. In this exploration, we delve into the intricacies of the oval cut, unraveling the secrets behind its allure and examining how it transforms gemstones into timeless treasures. The Art of Cutting Gemstones The process of cutting a gemstone is a delicate dance between skill and precision. Among the plethora of cutting styles, the oval cut is revered for its ability to maximize a gem's brilliance while preserving its weight. This careful balance ensures that the resulting gemstone is not only visually appealing but also economically viable, especially when dealing with rare and valuable stones. The Allure of Rare Gems The oval cut finds its truest expression in the realm of rare gems. These exceptional stones, often sourced from remote corners of the earth, possess unique qualities that set them apart from their more common counterparts. Whether it's the velvety blue of a rare sapphire, the deep green of an emerald, or the fiery red of a ruby, these gems are celebrated for their scarcity and exceptional color purity. The oval cut serves as a canvas, allowing these rare gems to showcase their brilliance and depth to the fullest. Exploring Different Types of Gems One of the fascinating aspects of the oval cut is its versatility. It can be applied to a myriad of gemstone types, each offering a distinct visual experience. For instance, the ethereal glow of opals is accentuated by the oval shape, which captures and reflects light in a mesmerizing dance of colors. Similarly, the warm, honeyed tones of citrine and the dreamy blues of aquamarine come to life when expertly cut into an oval shape. The cut's elongated form also works wonders for stones like tourmaline, where it emphasizes the gem's natural color zoning, creating a visually captivating effect. The Diversity of Gemstone Colors Color, often considered the most important factor in gemstone evaluation, takes center stage in oval-cut gems. The elongated shape of the cut allows for a seamless display of a gem's color, from its deepest hues to its most delicate shades. Whether it's the regal purples of amethysts, the romantic pinks of morganite, or the sunny yellows of topaz, the oval cut captures and reflects the entire spectrum of colors found in gemstones. This diversity ensures that each oval-cut gem is a unique masterpiece, its color palette as varied and enchanting as the natural world itself. The Ease of Buying Gems Online In today's digital age, the world of gemstones has expanded far beyond the confines of physical stores. With just a few clicks, enthusiasts can explore a plethora of gems, including the coveted oval-cut varieties, from the comfort of their homes. Buying gemstones online offers a convenient and accessible way to find the perfect oval-cut gem for every taste and budget. If you want to buy oval cut gemstone jewelry, then Kantor Jewelry will be happy to help you find the best gemstone and cut, create a unique jewelry piece with a custom design. We don't buy stones wholesale, we look for the best, most beautiful and profitable personal option for our clients. We seek out special stones for your request until you are satisfied. Kantor Jewelry will help you to find the best setting option for your stone so it can please you with its beauty for many years as a part of a unique jewelry piece that will be passed from generation to generation.