Ethics & Sustainability

Ethics & Sustainability


We know how our materials are sourced and processed, and the working conditions that they were made in and strive for the highest standards.

Ever since we have started our business we have been working in close partnership with one family run supplier. Our supplier is committed to the highest ethical and sustainability standards. Our supplier is a member of the Responsible Jewellery Council (RJA) and Code of Practice certified. The RJC provides the most comprehensive international framework for compliance and focuses on best practices around health and safety, human rights, fair labour, governance, environmental protection. 

Members have an obligation to only source the most sustainable materials. Responsible sourcing means considering social and environmental factors when choosing suppliers or sourcing materials. Thereby avoiding materials that are obtained through practices that cause overconsumption and increased pollution.  

Our supplier is also a member of United Nation Global Compact and is ISO 18001 guaranteeing high health and safety standards for everyone involved in the making of our jewellery. They are also ISO 9001 certified to regulate their statutory and regulatory requirements.

Ethical jewellery does not exploit the people who help to make it, providing fair living wages and safe and ethical working conditions. This also means supporting equality, diversity and inclusion within the workforce.

There are many potential hazards involved in mining and gem cutting, including the use of toxic chemicals. Choosing ethical jewellery means rejecting these dangerous practices and supporting safer environments for employees.

Every piece of our jewellery is handcrafted in limited editions by talented artisans in a workshop in India, Rajasthan. Each expert jeweller is a master in their intricate craft, applying expertise passed on over generations. 70% of our partner’s workforce are women with equal opportunities for people with disabilities.

Our supplier is audited on a regular basis by independent organisations, such as the Responsible jewellery Council and the Ethical Trade Initiative to ensure that they adhere to the highest standards.


Our supplier is ISO 14001 Environmental Management Systems certified. They are committed to reducing their greenhouse gas emissions and aiming to switch to green energy, as well as investing in renewable energy and technologies, 35% of energy is sourced from renewable energy sources and 80% of water used is from recycled sources. 

We are making our best effort to obtain materials from responsible, sustainable sources. We are ensuring no raw materials, stones or pearls are sourced from areas of conflict, as defined by the UN. 


We have changed our jewellery and delivery boxes and they are now made from 100% FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) certified paper, meaning that the wood pulp comes from managed forests. Our packing and postal boxes are 100% recyclable, reusable, and biodegradable. Our printing inks are soy based. 


We are committed to transparency and traceability across our entire supply chain. Through traceability, we can be sure not only that all materials are genuine, but that they have been sourced and processed in a way that is free from exploitation and violation of human rights.

Our continued mission is to ensure that 100% of our gold is traceable. We are committed to sourcing our gemstones and pearls responsibly, which can be challenging as they come from different parts of the world with a complex supply chain. If our due diligence raises concerns we will disengage with that partner.

We are working to deliver targets that are in line with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. These targets address climate change, poverty, inequality, inclusive societies and access to health and education.