At the heart of our jewelry design philosophy lies the mantra "Treat yourself to exquisite jewelry". However, we recognize that it's equally important to you that the pieces you love are created with a conscious approach. Hence, our entire production ecosystem, spanning sourcing, manufacturing, and branding, is geared towards minimizing our environmental footprint, supporting and empowering our partners, and giving back to our communities.
Ethical, Sustainable Jewelry Production
Ensuring ethical working conditions and tracing the origin of materials and their processing are key priorities in our production process. Moreover, we are committed to using sustainable materials and reducing waste and emissions throughout our production processes. To achieve this, we have invested in new technologies and optimized our manufacturing processes. These efforts have enabled us to minimize waste and optimize energy use.
For instance, we have implemented a closed-loop water system in our manufacturing process, resulting in an 80% reduction in water consumption. This is just one example of our initiatives to reduce our environmental impact and create a more sustainable jewelry ecosystem.
Supply Chain
To promote ethical and sustainable practices, we closely collaborate with our suppliers who play a crucial role in our supply chain. Our Code of Conduct outlines our expectations for fair labor practices, environmental responsibility, and ethical business conduct, and we require our suppliers to follow it.
Regular audits of our suppliers' facilities are conducted to ensure compliance with our standards. In case of any issues, we work together with our suppliers to resolve them and establish measures to prevent such issues from recurring.Our approach enables us to foster responsible business practices and build a sustainable ecosystem for our products.
Our Packaging
We understand that packaging can be a significant source of waste, which is why we have implemented sustainable packaging solutions that minimize waste. Our packaging is made from eco-friendly materials such as paper, cardboard, and biodegradable plastics that are designed to be both beautiful and sustainable. We encourage our customers to recycle or reuse it whenever possible. Simply check with your local recycling program to see what materials are accepted in your area. Be sure to properly sort and clean the materials before placing them in your recycling bin.
Our Commitment
The promotion of sustainability in the jewelry industry is a priority for us, and we have been recognized for our efforts by reputable organizations such as the Responsible Jewelry Council (RJC) and the Fairmined certification. Our ethical and sustainable practices have earned us these certifications, which serve as a testament to our commitment to responsible business practices. We firmly believe that sustainability is key to the future of the jewelry industry, and we continuously strive to improve our practices. From sourcing sustainable materials to reducing waste in our production processes, we are dedicated to minimizing our environmental impact and promoting sustainability at every stage of our business.
Our certifications offer reassurance to our customers that they can trust us to produce jewelry that is not only beautiful but also environmentally responsible. We are proud to have earned these certifications and are committed to upholding the high standards they represent.
Advancing Sustainability Efforts
While we are proud of our sustainability efforts, we know that there are always areas where we can improve. That's why we are constantly looking for new ways to innovate and reduce our environmental impact. For example, we are currently exploring the use of blockchain technology to improve supply chain transparency and traceability.
Our goal is to create a more sustainable future for our planet and industry by promoting responsible business practices and encouraging customers to take small but significant steps towards sustainability, such as reducing waste, using eco-friendly materials, and engaging in ethical practices. We believe that through collective effort and collaboration, we can make a positive impact on the environment and build a better future for generations to come.
Sustainability Tips
We promote eco-friendly behavior by offering tips and resources onsustainable
jewelry care and disposal.
How to care for your jewelry in an eco-friendly way?
To care for your jewelry in an eco-friendly way, here are some tips:

1.Use Eco-Friendly Cleaners: Avoid using harsh chemical cleaners that can harm the environment. Instead, use eco-friendly cleaners such as baking soda, vinegar, or mild soap to clean your jewelry.
2.Choose Sustainable Materials: Opt for jewelry made with sustainable materials, such as recycled metals and gemstones. This reduces the demand for newly mined materials and conserves natural resources.
3.Store Properly: Store your jewelry in a dry and cool place, away from direct sunlight to prevent tarnishing and damage. Use eco-friendly storage options such as recycled jewelry boxes or fabric pouches.
4.Repair and Repurpose: Repair damaged jewelry instead of discarding it and buying a new piece. You can also repurpose old jewelry into new pieces or incorporate it into DIY projects.

By following these eco-friendly jewelry care tips, you can reduce waste and minimize your impact on the environment while enjoying your jewelry for years to come.
How to recycle or dispose of your jewelry properly at the end of its life?
We’re sharing the different ways you can recycle or dispose of your old jewellery:

1.Recycle: Check with your local recycling program or jeweler to see if they accept jewelry for recycling. Many metals and gemstones can be melted down and reused in new jewelry, reducing the need for new materials.
2.Donate: Consider donating your old jewelry to a charity or a local thrift store. This extends the life of the jewelry and reduces waste by giving it a new home.
3.Repurpose: Repurpose old jewelry by creating new pieces or incorporating it into DIY projects. This gives your jewelry a new life and reduces the need for new materials.
4.Discard Responsibly: If you cannot recycle, donate, or repurpose your jewelry, dispose of it responsibly by placing it in the trash. However, remember to remove any hazardous materials before discarding.

By following these tips, you can ensure that your jewelry is disposed of properly and responsibly, reducing waste and minimizing your impact on the environment.
What are some eco-friendly cleaners I can use to clean my jewelry?
There are several eco-friendly cleaners you can use to clean your jewelry. Here are some options:

1.Baking soda and water: Mix baking soda and water to create a paste. Apply the paste to your jewelry and gently scrub with a soft-bristled toothbrush. Rinse with water and dry with a soft cloth.
2.Vinegar and water: Mix equal parts of vinegar and water. Soak your jewelry in the solution for a few minutes, then rinse with water and dry with a soft cloth.
3.Lemon juice and baking soda: Mix lemon juice and baking soda to create a paste. Apply the paste to your jewelry and gently scrub with a soft-bristled toothbrush. Rinse with water and dry with a soft cloth.
4.Soap and water: Use a mild, eco-friendly soap and warm water to clean your jewelry. Gently scrub with a soft-bristled toothbrush, then rinse with water and dry with a soft cloth.
5.Commercial eco-friendly cleaners: There are several eco-friendly jewelry cleaners available on the market. Look for products that are biodegradable, non-toxic, and free of harsh chemicals.

By using these eco-friendly cleaners, you can safely and effectively clean your jewelry while minimizing your impact on the environment.
Are there any types of jewelry that I should avoid cleaning with these methods?
Yes, there are some types of jewelry that you should avoid cleaning with certain methods. Here are some examples:

1.1.Soft, porous gemstones: Soft and porous gemstones such as pearls, opals, and turquoise should not be cleaned with baking soda, vinegar, or lemon juice as they can be damaged by acids. Instead, use a soft cloth or a specialized cleaner made for these types of gemstones.
2.Costume jewelry: Costume jewelry often has a thin layer of plating that can be damaged by abrasive cleaning methods. Avoid using baking soda or harsh chemicals on costume jewelry, and instead use mild soap and water.
3.Antique or heirloom jewelry: Antique or heirloom jewelry may have delicate settings or be made with materials that can be easily damaged. It's best to have these types of jewelry cleaned by a professional jeweler.
4.Jewelry with glued parts: Jewelry that has glued parts, such as some types of fashion jewelry, can be damaged by water or harsh chemicals. Avoid using vinegar or other acidic cleaners on these types of jewelry.

Always check the care instructions for your jewelry before cleaning it, and if you're not sure, it's best to have it cleaned by a professional jeweler to avoid damage.