Fair Luxury, an industry organisation which exists to inspire ethical sourcing, will open an exhibition of luxury jewellery at the Goldsmiths’ Centre in London next month.
Fair Luxury Presents, which will run from September 18 to October 27, will host a range of jewellery designers selected by a panel of experts for their sustainable business practices and ethical provenance.
The first designer confirmed to exhibit is Harriet Kelsall, founder of Harriet Kelsall Bespoke Jewellery.
More designers and brands taking part in the event will be revealed in the coming weeks.
Visitors to Fair Luxury Presents will also have the opportunity to view a collection of images by renowned photographer Ian Berry.
The photographs were taken at Fairtrade gold mines in Africa and vividly the conditions in which artisanal Fairtrade gold is mined in Africa, and the people whose livelihoods depend upon it.
Rachel Sweeney of Fair Luxury commented: “This exhibition will awaken the audience not only to the wonder of natural, precious materials, but also to what can happen when traceability and ethics are key. It is to be a celebration of achievement as well as an honest discussion on what is still to do to create a sustainable and ethical future for the industry – but above all, it is to be a unique perspective on the epic journey from the centre of the earth to the ring on your finger.”