Among our large collection of stunning certified loose diamonds and diamond jewelry, Padis Jewelry also sells the renowned Forevermark diamonds. For over 125 years, The De Beers Group of Companies has had a history of diamond expertise and sells some of the world’s most stunning diamonds. All of their diamonds not only meet their strict standards for quality and beauty but are also responsibly sourced.
In fact less than one percent of the world’s diamonds meet Forevermark’s standard of excellence, which goes far beyond the 4Cs. Before a diamond can be marked with the Forevermark inscription, it has to go through a rigorous inspection. Once it meets the criteria, each diamond receives the Forevermark icon and a unique identification number that is as small as 1/5000th the width of a human hair and only visible under 50X magnification. Your diamond is registered under your name by this number.
Furthermore, you can wear your Forevermark diamond with pride as it comes from a company that is committed to not only supplying the world with the most beautiful diamonds, but doing it with integrity. They ensure the mines comply with strict political, financial, social and environmental requirements and see to it that the local communities also benefit.
Please contact us to set up a visit to one of our three showrooms in San Francisco or our store in St. Helena to see our full collection of radiant Forevermark rings, loose diamonds and other fine jewelry. In addition to carrying Forevermark diamonds, we also have a large selection of other top luxury brands including Verragio, Tacori, Ritani, Endless, Jeff Cooper Designs, Henri Daussi, Michael M., Sylvie, Demarco, Simon G., Scott Kay, and many more.
As a family-owned business, Padis Jewelry has been a trusted source for buying exquisite certified loose diamonds, engagement rings and fine jewelry since 1974. We have one of the area’s largest inventories as well as an impressive selection of top name luxury brands. So if you are a lover of beautiful jewelry, we encourage you to schedule a visit to San Francisco’s best jewelry store.