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We only use ethical diamonds in our jewelry, our guide dives into exactly what these gems are, why we use them, and how we safely source them.

What are Ethical Diamonds?

Ethical diamonds are gems that are extracted in humane mining practices. To maintain the status of ethical diamonds, it also means that no miners are harmed during the sourcing of these gems. The workers involved are also paid a fair wage, have safe working conditions, and none of their human rights are compromised.

At Monica Vinader, our diamond jewelry uses only ethical diamonds. It is important for us to ensure we uphold our values regarding sustainable jewelry and ethics in all of our products. This way you know that every piece of precious gemstone jewelry from Monica Vinader only uses ethically sourced diamonds.


Conflict Free Diamonds vs Ethical Diamonds

Conflict-Free Diamonds

Conflict-free diamonds are instead mined in areas that are controlled by recognised governments and are not used to fund wars. Procedures such as the Kimberly Process make it more difficult to sell and circulate conflict diamonds. Ethical diamonds go one step further by ensuring fair pay and safe working conditions.

What are Conflict Diamonds?

Conflict diamonds are those that are mined in war zones. They are then sold to finance the war. Conflict diamonds often have the stigma of poor working conditions and may even use child labour.

Monica Vinader's Ethical Diamonds

For all of our ethical jewelry, we only use conflict-free, ethical diamonds and sustainable materials. When producing our diamond rings, diamond necklaces, and other designs we take into account lots of factors to ensure we are being as ethical as we can possibly be.

How do we source our diamonds?

We check that all of our suppliers are committed to the Kimberely Process. With their help, you know your ethical diamond has been certified and is conflict-free. We also make sure our suppliers follow the The World Diamond Council's System of Warranties (TWDCSOW) and also comply with the United Nations' Resolutions.

Mined Diamonds vs Recycled Diamonds vs Lab Grown Diamonds