Chow Tai Fook, one of the authorized Forevermark jewelers in the world, recently unveiled the largest Forevermark diamond at a press event in Hong Kong. The 104-carat Forevermark diamond has been set on a stunning necklace called “A Heritage in Bloom”. The necklace has been created by world-renowned jeweler Wallace Chan. TheForevermark diamond is one of the 24 DIF gems seen on the necklace.
Chow Tai Fook acquired the Type IIA rough diamond in 2010 and spent the next three years in cutting and polishing it. The significance of “A Heritage in Bloom” is that similar quality of diamonds, all cut from the same rough stone has been used - an artistic decision that is unheard of in modern times. Moreover, the necklace has been designed in such a manner that it can be worn in 27 different wayswhich as a concept is rooted in the Chinese sense of eternity.
The expert craftsmen at Chow Tai Food meticulously cut the 104-carat diamond and brought out its Forevermark quality. The diamond is a “D” color, and has been graded with 3-Excellent, the highest possible cut grade given to diamonds. The grading and inscription of the Forevermark icon was done by the gemologists at Antwerp’s Forevermark Diamond Institute, the company representatives said