Sourcing Our Ethical Diamonds
For all of our beautiful pieces, we only use ethical diamonds
materials. To produce our demi-fine jewellery, there are
elements we take into consideration. The first being, we only
source our materials from suppliers who are registered members of
Responsible Jewellery Council. As we are members of the
council, we take into account factors to make sure our diamonds
meet ethical standards. We do this as we want to provide our
customers with high quality pieces. Our three steps to ensuring
high quality gems are:
- We check to see that all our suppliers are committed to the
Kimberley Process. This procedure is a certification that aims to
follow diamonds from mine to market. It was issued as a way to help
reduce the number of conflict diamonds that are in circulation.
Diamond trading can already be very complex. But with the help of
the Kimberley Process, you know your diamond has been
- After ensuring our suppliers adhere to the Kimberley Process,
we also check to see that they follow The World Diamond Council's
System of Warranties. This is another guarantee that with each
stone sold, such as our
H colour diamonds, follows the minimum requirement set
out in the process.
- Finally, following these checks means our suppliers comply with
the United Nations' Resolutions.
Having these steps in place means we are taking reasonable measures
to reduce the sales of conflict diamonds across the globe. It also
enables our customers to receive sort-after, ethical diamonds
within their pieces. As well as ethical diamonds, we also ensure
our hand cut, coloured
gemstones meet the same qualities, in terms of social,
ethical, and environmental standards. These are also measured by
being a certified member of the Responsible Jewellery Council.