Welcome to the world of exceptional diamonds

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Forevermark is pleased to present the Exceptional Diamond Collection, a selection of some of the most exquisite diamonds in the world. Forevermark is built on the promise that each diamond to earn our name must be beautiful, rare and responsibly sourced. This collection represents the pinnacle of that promise: some of the earth's most magnificent creations, in carat weights that demonstrate just how magical and stunning nature's beauty can be. Few diamonds will ever reach this echelon. You could own one of them.

Please explore the sections below to learn how a diamond qualifies to become an Exceptional Diamond, the meaning of the inscription on each Exceptional Diamond, and the unique journey each diamond follows to enter the Exceptional Collection, documented in a personalized book that accompanies each one. The full collection of exquisite diamonds in the Exceptional Collection and the Forevermark Jewelers chosen to carry them can be viewed below.

what makes exceptional diamonds

What makes an Exceptional Diamond?

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The Inscription

Landscape

The Journey

Authorized Exceptional Diamond Jewelers

Aucoin Hart
Metairie, Louisiana
(504) 834-9999

Bachendorf's
Dallas, Texas
(214) 692-8400

Brown & Co
Atlanta, Georgia
(404) 814-9800

Brown & Co
Roswell, Georgia 
(770) 993-1080

O.C. TANNER
Salt Lake City, Utah
(801) 532-3222

Padis Jewelry
San Francisco, California
(415) 861-2325

Two by London
Manhasset, New York
(516) 627-7475

Underwood's
Jacksonville, Florida
(904) 398-9741

Other Exceptional Diamonds

Cullinan
Ponahalo

One of the world's largest diamonds

Discovered in the De Beers' Venetian mine in South Africa, the Lesotho word 'Ponahalo' means vision or appearance. The stones weigh 102.11 and 70.87 carats.

Jubilee
Forevermark Jubilee Diamond

A diamond for the Diamond Jubilee

The Forevermark Jubilee 35.60 carat cushion cut Pink Diamond has been given a bespoke inscription, 19522012, to mark the year the Queen came to the throne, 1952, and the 60th year of her reign, 2012.