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Forevermark, Stephen Webster together again

By Hannah Connorton

May 13, 2014

Forevermark by Stephen Webster’s 18-karat white gold Heritage Fleur engagement ring features a 0.90-carat round brilliant diamond surrounded by pavé. This is the second bridal line for Webster, who has teamed with Forevermark for both collections.

Click through this slideshow to see an additional five pieces from the new Forevermark by Stephen Webster bridal collection.

New York--Stephen Webster has partnered with Forevermark for a second time to launch a collection of bridal jewelry, creating engagement rings, wedding bands, pendants and earrings that incorporate the designer’s signature aesthetic.

The jewelry in the line is 18-karat white or rose gold. It will be sold beginning this spring at both the Stephen Webster flagship store on Mount Street in London, and at the brand’s Beverly Hills, Calif. store.

Prices in the collection start at $10,000.

Each piece in the collection features Forevermark diamonds and, motif-wise, are inspired by Webster’s existing Thorn, Deco and Stargazer lines; for example, engagement rings in the collection feature the designer’s signature pointed shanks.

Every engagement ring is designed to be worn alongside a wedding band, and intertwining pieces also are part of the collection. In addition, Webster will offer a bespoke services for clients who want to select their diamond and have it set into the ring of their choice.

This is the second time Webster has teamed with Forevermark to launch a bridal line. The two introduced the first collection in 2011.

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