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Olivia Wilde Shines in Forevermark Diamonds at the 71st Annual Golden Globes

Golden Globes Red Carpet Saw Diamond Jewelry Trends in Form of Diamond Rings and Ear Studs

LOS ANGELES, Jan. 13, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Forevermark, the diamond brand that comes with a promise of beauty, rarity and responsibly-sourced diamonds from the De Beers group of companies, appeared on the red carpet at the 71st Annual Golden Globe Awards, most notably on Actress Olivia Wilde and E! Host Giuliana Rancic.

(Photo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20140113/NY44931)

As the actresses arrived to the first awards red carpet of the season, classic diamond looks once again proved to be a favorite trend. Large diamond cocktail rings were paired with diamond ear studs. Olivia Wilde presented wearing a diamond marquise shaped ring totaling just over three carats. Giuliana Rancic reported live wearing a diamond ring featuring a 14.58 carat Oval Forevermark Diamond.

Talent who wore Forevermark include:

Actress (Rush and Her) and Golden Globe Presenter Olivia Wilde sparkled in a 3.90 ctw Forevermark Diamond and Pave Marquise Ring, 4.90 ctw The Center of My Universe™ Cushion Shaped Double Drop Earrings and a Maria Canale for Forevermark Diamond Line Bracelet.

E! Host Giuliana Rancic dazzled in 10.0 ctw Round Brilliant Forevermark Diamond Studs and a diamond ring with 14.58 carat Oval Forevermark Diamond and 1.58 ctw Pear Diamonds.

Later in the evening, stars celebrated the Golden Globe festivities in Forevermark diamonds. Celebrities sparkling in Forevermark diamonds included: Actresses Laura Prepon, Margot Robbie, Joanna Garcia, Nikki DeLoach, Paz Vega and Jamie King.

Notes to Editors:

ABOUT FOREVERMARK

Every Forevermark diamond is inscribed with a promise; a promise that it is beautiful, rare and responsible sourced. Less than one per cent of the world's diamonds are eligible to become a Forevermark diamond and be inscribed with the Forevermark icon and individual number.

Forevermark is a diamond brand from the De Beers group of companies and as such, benefits from over 120 years of diamond expertise. Forevermark diamonds are carefully selected and come from sources committed to high standards; are beautifully crafted by a select group of diamantaires; and are exclusively available in select jewelers. 

FOREVERMARK INSCRIPTION & GRADING

Less than one per cent of the world's diamonds are eligible to become a Forevermark diamond and be inscribed with the Forevermark icon and individual identification number.  Invisible to the naked eye, the inscription is made using bespoke technology from the De Beers group. It is also recorded on the personalized Forevermark identification card which comes with each and every Forevermark diamond. The actual size of the inscription found on Forevermark diamonds is only 1/20th of a micron deep and can only be seen using a special Forevermark viewer which can be found in Authorized Forevermark Jewelers.  It is confirmed by leading gemological institutes that the Forevermark inscription does not affect the internal quality of a diamond in any way.

Authorized Forevermark Jewelers are able to provide a Forevermark Diamond Grading Report.  It is an accurate blueprint of the qualities - cut, color, clarity and carat of each Forevermark diamond.  The Forevermark Diamond Grading Report also features the individual identification number inscribed on the diamond and a specifically designed security hologram, providing reassurance that the Forevermark Diamond Grading Report is valid and genuine.

For more information and to find your nearest Forevermark Jeweler offering Forevermark Grading Reports go to www.forevermarkdiamond.com/us.  

SOURCE Forevermark

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