A Fine Pair of Coloured Diamond and Diamond Pendent Earrings, by Forevermark
Each asscher-cut fancy intense yellow diamond, weighing 5.26 and 5.17 carats, suspended from a step-cut diamond surmount, each weighing 0.70 carat, accented by brilliant-cut diamonds, length 3.6cm
Accompanied by two Forevermark reports stating that the 5.26 and 5.17 carat diamonds are natural Fancy Vivid Yellow colour, VVS2 and Internally Flawless clarity respectively. Inscription numbers 1511980526 and 1510970517, both dated 30 November 2016.
Accompanied by two GIA reports stating that the 5.26 and 5.17 carat diamonds are natural Fancy Intense Yellow colour and VVS1 clarity. Report numbers 1186013020 and 5182008681, both dated 7 November 2016.
Accompanied by two GIA reports stating that the 0.70 carat diamonds are F colour and VVS2 clarity. Report numbers 1172826081 and 2171826984, both dated 25 August 2016.
Forevermark is a jewellery brand from the De Beers Group of companies. Only 1% of the world's diamonds are qualified to be inscribed with their trademark, "F" of Forevermark. The brand promises that all their diamonds are not only beautiful and near-perfect, but most importantly, are sourced responsibly. Special care has been taken to make certain every diamond, from rough to the polished end-product, is dedicated to supporting human rights and to protecting wild-life habitats, covering the indigenous species and their natural surroundings.
Celebrities such as Halle Berry, Lilly Collins and Holliday Grainger were spotted wearing Forevermark jewellery on the red carpet in the 2017 Oscars and Bafta award events. The brand was also in collaboration with costume designer Bibhu Monhapatra at the Spring Summer 2017 New York Fashion Week. Zhang Ziyi and Tang Wei are Asian celebrities who have been seen wearing Forevermark jewels in Greater China and Taiwan.
Namibia Over a century ago, a miner spotted a diamond crystal whilst he was working on a railroad in Namibia. The discovery sparked a systemised search in the area for more diamonds and a year later, in 1908, a major diamond rush ensued. The deposits were so rich that diamonds could literally be plucked from the desert sands. Since 1920, almost seventy million carats of large, top-quality diamonds, including very rare fancy-coloured specimens, have been mined from Namibia.
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