THE DIAMOND OF LEGEND

The original Ashoka diamond came to life hundreds of years ago as a breathtaking 41.37 carat D Flawless gem. Over the centuries this mystical, flawless diamond, said to have the ability to banish sorrow, has shared its remarkable power and beauty with monarchs, movie stars and captains of industry.

William Goldberg was more than merely dazzled by the original Ashoka diamond. He was inspired by it. He studied its every facet. The elegant, elongated shape and precisely rounded corners. The way it captured the light, then transformed and released it with incredible energy. Ultimately, it served as inspiration for a cut so unique and distinctive, it was granted its very own patent.

It takes a special piece of rough to become an ASHOKA® diamond. Fewer than one percent measure up to the exacting standards. The rough must be larger and longer than most. The cut has to be precise and true to the qualities of the stone. The polish must meet unparalleled standards of excellence. Every ASHOKA® diamond is cut by the master cutters at William Goldberg, guaranteeing its quality, brilliance and rarity.

The ASHOKA® diamond is a stunning affirmation of William Goldberg’s vision — extraordinary, exquisite and filled with joy. It is a diamond without equal. The Diamond of Legend.

With its distinctive cut and 62 facets, the ASHOKA® diamond appears 30 percent larger than an emerald cut diamond of the same carat size.

"The very essence of diamonds is to bring joy into the lives of people."

— William Goldberg

THE MAN, THE LEGEND

William Goldberg loved the joy that beautiful diamonds brought to people. Sewn into all his bespoke suits was a small, hidden pocket to stash secret gemstones, which he revealed at unexpected moments to bring sudden delight to gatherings.

William Goldberg began his company with a passion for diamonds and a vision for excellence. For over a half century, William Goldberg has been known as one of the most distinguished diamond jewelry houses and purveyor of some of the finest and rarest diamonds the world has ever seen.

William’s wife, Lili, son, Saul, daughter, Eve, son-in-law, Barry Berg and grandson Benjamin Goldberg actively run the family business today.

“ The perfect diamond is the one that makes you perfectly joyous.”

— William Goldberg