Follow their journey through billions of years in the making, and discover fascinating myths, legends and love stories all sparked by diamonds.
A Diamond is Forever
The history of diamonds as a symbol of love
A gift of a diamond is not just one of exceptional beauty, it’s also steeped with powerful meaning – meaning that has been shaped and evolved over hundreds of years, and been embraced by different cultures.
Journey of the Force of Nature Ring
In 2017, Forevermark inscribed its two millionth diamond – a 3.48 carat round brilliant diamond bearing the unique inscription of ‘2,000,000’.Read Article
Classic Diamond Jewellery: The Solitaire Ring
The much-loved solitaire ring is timeless - a classic piece of diamond jewelry.Read Article
Classic Diamond Jewellery: The Three Stone ring
After the royal engagement of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, Meghan Markle’s engagement ring has been a source of inspiration to couples.Read Article
Classic Diamond Jewellery: The Tennis Bracelet
The much-loved tennis bracelet is a true icon – a classic piece of diamond jewellery.Read Article
The power of ‘A Diamond Is Forever’
Recently celebrating its 70th anniversary, the iconic ‘A Diamond Is Forever’ line was a moment of inspiration...Read Article
The woman that had an influence on Forever
The four-word sentiment that started out in 1947 as just a moment of inspiration is as iconic today as it was then.Read Article
From the biggest diamond ever discovered, to the oldest diamond known to man, such a precious gem is bound to have fascinating tales to be told.Read Article
Force of Nature
Discover the story behind Force of Nature, a Red Carpet masterpiece created by aspiring jewellery designer Louise Kriek.
Beyond the 4Cs
Throughout history, diamonds have dazzled and amazed. At Forevermark, we individually select diamonds against additional rigid criteria to ensure that only the most beautiful diamonds can become Forevermark.
Diamond Facts and Diamond Legend images with kind permission of Studio Mierswa-Kluska (http://www.mierswa-kluska.de/ )
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