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COLLECTIONS OF THE YEAR 2020: Ethical jewellery

Brands have truly upped their ethical efforts in 2020, even amid a sometimes difficult year. View the winner and finalists below: WINNER: Kimjoux Fine Jewellery -...

Chopard sources gold from Colombian artisanal miners

Having achieved a 100% ethical gold supply chain since 2018, Chopard today announced another ground-breaking scheme as part of its 'Journey to Sustainable Luxury'....

Piers Morgan mocks celebs trying to do good by wearing ethical jewellery

TV presenter Piers Morgan has mocked Jane Fonda after the screen veteran revealed she wore ethical jewellery to the 2020 Oscars. As part of the...

GET TO KNOW: The ethical jeweller reporting a sharp rise in sales

Ingle & Rhode recently launched a crowdfunding campaign to help meet booming millennial demand for ethical engagement rings and wedding bands. Here, company co-founders, David Rhode and Tim Ingle, discuss the trends they have been seeing and how they plan to use the money to grow the business.

Lebrusan Studio begins incorporating recycled diamonds into designs

The stones will date back more than twenty years and flaunt vintage cuts.

Collections of the Year 2019 public vote now open

Find out which collections have been shortlisted for this year's event and vote for your favourite to win.

Boodles commits to creating jewellery with ethically sourced gold

British jeweller Boodles has taken a step towards becoming more sustainable by joining forces with Betts Metals to use ethical gold in designs. Boodles and...

Handbook to help jewellery firms become more sustainable lands in the UK

The Responsible Jewellery Handbook aims to support jewellery companies looking to make ethical business decisions.

Three weeks to nominate for Collections of the Year 2019

The UK jewellery industry has three weeks left to nominate for the Collections of the Year 2019, which recognises the best-selling ranges in the...

Cred Jewellery introduces sustainable packaging

The new environmentally responsible packaging costs us up to five times more than standard packaging, but it is a cost Cred is willing to pay.