The Fourever Concept

Features compound cuts or multiple diamond settings in popular young contemporary pieces such as rings, earrings, pendants and cufflinks.

Typically, Fourever Concept creations utilise gold or platinum frames containing four or more invisibly set diamonds that offer the appearance of a larger diamond.

This compound technique is used to create numerous shapes, including rounds, standard fancy forms such as ovals, emeralds, hearts, pears and marquises as well as more exotic offerings like pointed stars, butterflies, flowers, clover leafs and crosses.

New lines, added each year, provide a comprehensive range of reasonably priced jewellery, the most recent line being the spring collection, which symbolizes motion of wind and water.