Bijouterie Italienne vous invite à venir découvrir Forevermark au cœur de la Petite Italie à Montréal. Sélectionnés à la main, seul 1% des diamants au monde sont éligibles pour devenir Forevermark. Pendant chaque étape de son voyage, des critères de sélection stricts assurent que seuls les diamants les plus beaux sont choisis pour avec l’inscription Forevermark. Prenez rendez-vous pour qu’un de nos experts trouve le diamant qui vous correspond à vous et à votre être le plus cher.
Black Label Collection
The Forevermark Black Label Collection includes five shapes, each cut with supreme symmetry to unleash the dazzling light of a Forevermark diamond. Since the beginning of time mankind has been irresistibly attracted to light and its hypnotic force. Capturing that force seemed impossible. Until now. Forevermark presents a new generation of diamonds, cut with supreme symmetry and unprecedented accuracy to release a dazzling light. Available in round, square, cushion, oval and heart* shapes, the Black Label Collection is the most exclusive collection of diamond cuts ever conceived.
*Heart shape available 2017
Good healthcare and education are essential for the social and economic development of local communities, and for women and children to thrive. As part of The De Beers Group of Companies, Forevermark helps provide healthcare and free education for all its employees, their families and surrounding communities.
Forevermark, as part of The De Beers Group of Companies, supports business initiatives in countries where it sources its diamonds. Launched in 2009 in South Africa, the Zimele Fund helps people to start or grow their own businesses. “Zimele,” means to “stand on your own feet” or “be independent.” The purpose of the initiative is to facilitate the creation, promotion, and expansion of sustainable businesses through funding and mentorship. Forevermark, as part of The De Beers Group of Companies, now supports four Zimele hubs in South Africa. Mercy Sithagu is one of the beneficiaries from the Zimele Venetia Hub, in northeastern South Africa.Mercy Sithagu runs Sithagu Farm in the small village of Nwanedi in South Africa's Limpopo Province. With the assistance of the Zimele Fund, Mercy has successfully developed her farming activity, purchasing materials and investing in an irrigation system.