Bengaluru, 8 December, 2011 – Forevermark, a diamond brand from the De Beers Group of companies along with Malabar Gold today showcased an exquisite 1400 carat diamond ‘sautoir’. Unveiled by leading actor Ramya, this sautoir contains 7645 diamonds including rough, faceted and polished diamonds, which totals nearly 1400 carats. This exquisite piece was made famous by leading star Nicole Kidman when she wore it at the 80th academy awards.
Sachin Jain, Managing Director, Forevermark India who was present at the event said, “Forevermark diamonds come with a promise of beauty and rarity with an added assurance of responsible sourcing. Less than one per cent of the world’s diamonds are eligible to become a Forevermark diamond and be inscribed with the Forevermark icon and a unique identification number. As rare as our diamonds, equally rare is this unique Forevermark diamond ‘’Sautoir’’ which illustrates our love and passion for diamonds; we are truly delighted to showcase the piece at Malabar Gold – a renowned retail brand and leader in Bengaluru. ”
Speaking on the occasion, Mr Asher, Group Executive Director, Malabar Gold said ‘Malabar Gold over the years has established its self as a leading jeweller and in keeping with this, we are delighted to bring to our patrons the best in diamonds and Jewellery. Through our association with Forevermark, we are part of a select group of jewellers in the world who can bring to our customers the rarest of diamonds.
The showcase of a piece of this nature also highlights our commitment to crafting the best in diamond jewellery. In a one of its kind two week long DIAMOND SHOW which starts today, our customers will get an opportunity to interact with designers who will help create be-spoke diamond jewellery crafted by MINE – this will be a range from everyday wear to bridal jewellery in diamonds. ”
The Forevermark icon inscribed on each diamond is proof of this promise of beauty, rarity and responsible sourcing. Each Forevermark diamond has been selected for its exceptional qualities and only the world’s finest craftsman, using skill and artistry, can unleash its beauty. Less than 1% of the world’s diamonds are eligible to be Forevermark.