Brand working with Forevermark to offer responsibly-sourced stones.

By Arta Ertekin

Engagement rings, wedding bands, pendants and earrings feature in Stephen Webster’s new bridal collection, created with Forevermark diamonds.


The collection is Webster’s second own-brand venture into bridal. It will be offered through a demi-bespoke service, enabling clients to select their diamond and have it set within the ring of their choice from the collection.

“We are proud to be working with Forevermark once again," said Stephen Webster of the new range. "More and more consumers are questioning the origins and journey of the things they buy. Our partnership with Forevermark allows us to be certain that our diamonds are responsibly sourced and cared for at every stage of their journey."

Each Forevermark diamond is inscribed with the Forevermark icon together with an individual number that identifies it as unique and is proof that the diamond has met Forevermark’s standards of assurance, quality and integrity. These standards are said to ensure that the stones benefit the people, communities and countries from which they originate.

Each ring from the new collection is finished with Webster’s signature pointed shank, set with a single diamond. Designs include star- and flower-shaped rings, as well as a hexagonal setting.

The collection will launch in spring 2014 and will be available exclusively at the Stephen Webster flagship store on Mount Street in London and in Harrods Knightsbridge.

In 2013, Webster designed an engagement ring exclusively for Portfolio of Fine Diamonds, which provides high-end independent jewellers in the UK with bridal collections.