Forevermark launches in Mumbai and New Delhi

Forevermark launches in Mumbai and New Delhi

April 2011: Following a successful launch in Bengaluru in January earlier this year, Forevermark, the diamond brand from De Beers group of companies, announced its entry into Mumbai and Delhi through a specially tailored partnership with selected jewellers.

In Mumbai these authorised Forevermark jewellers are Anmol Jewellers, Giantti - Luxury Ensemble, Mahesh Notandas, Notandas & Sons, Manubhai Jewellers, Mehta Emporium, ORRA, Rose and Tribhuwandas Bhimji Zaveri – The Original. In Delhi, the brand is partnering with Bholasons Jewellers - Gold Souk & Karol Bagh, Blues Jewellery Company, Hazoorilal Jewellers, Khanna Jewellers, Notandas & Sons and Mirari.

Over the next few months, Forevermark will also select partner jewellers in Chennai, Hyderabad and Kolkata to introduce Forevermark diamonds to the discerning Indian consumer.

To celebrate the launch of Forevermark in Mumbai and Delhi, the brand showcased the world’s largest pair of identical, 35 carat, D colour, flawless round brilliant cut diamonds, the Steinmetz Yin Yang, at an event hosted by CEO, Stephen Lussier.

Mr Lussier said, “Taking the lead from our launch in Bengaluru in January, we are looking forward to seeing yet more success in Mumbai and Delhi, both in the immediate and long-term future. The Indian diamond market is one of the fastest growing in the world and we see now as the right time to be expanding Forevermark’s footprint here, particularly in the vibrant and dynamic cities of Mumbai and Delhi.”

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