Responsible sourcing

Sourcing Diamonds means that, throughout their journey from rough to polished, particular care has been taken to ensure responsible business practices, support the advancement of woman in local communities through healthcare, education and career development, and protect the natural world. A Forevermark diamond is a diamond you can feel proud to own forever.

At the heart of every Forevermark diamond lies a unique inscription, a symbol of an enduring commitment to integrity. We keep careful track of Forevermark diamonds throughout the mining, sorting, cutting and polishing process to ensure that each Forevermark diamond is natural, untreated and conflict free. We select our diamonds from a small number of carefully selected mines, and all our partners must adhere to strict business, social and environmental standards.

Thriving, sustainable economies require the full and equal participation of women, and it is every woman’s right to make her own contribution. Forevermark, as part of The De Beers Group of Companies, contributes to the provision of good quality healthcare and education, and supports women entrepreneurs and their business.

As part of The De Beers Group of Companies, Forevermark is committed to the preservation of protection of habitats, their species and the wider natural world. Together with external partners, the Group works to maintain high levels of biodiversity in the areas around its diamond mines. For every acre of land the Group uses for mining, it dedicates five acres to conservation.

Forevermark diamonds are responsibly sourced. They come from mines that not only comply with strict political, financial, social and environmental requirements, but also benefit the communities in which they are operating. This ensures that each Forevermark diamond can be given or worn with pride.

At Kevin Main Jewelry, we invite you in to view the Forevermark collection. You’ll be inspired by all the good your purchase can make to the world, when you shop at Kevin Main Jewelry.

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