Square-cut or pear-shaped, These rocks don’t lose their shape. ‘Diamonds are a girl’s best friend’ here are some responsible brands you could pick your next charm from.
1. Smiling rocks
This brand creates beautiful rings, necklaces, earrings, and bracelets in their shop, you can even customize based on carat, metal, metal color, price, and style. one of the best things about this company is their giving back commitment.
For every purchase made, they will donate 10 percent to a charity of your choice. You can choose to help fund educational support, environmental protection, medical support, or animal protection.
2. Luna & Rose
They cater to unique pieces of jewelry without gems, these are made completely out of the closed-loop production system. This means they have zero waste from any of their collections, which is very impressive. Their pieces are made from recycled sterling silver (so hard to find!) and gold.
Do you love fine jewelry? Look no further than Gjenmi. They create handcrafted pieces that have a timeless, feminine air to them that are inspired by antique and vintage jewelry. Their main store is in Los Angeles, CA. They’re super pretty and so eye-catching in a very classy manner.
Most importantly, all their collections are made with recycled gold and conflict-free stones. Gjenmi creates jewelry that’s meant to last and become instant family heirlooms. It’s such a nice thought to be able to pass along such beautiful jewelry to your daughter or grandmother to granddaughter.
4. Au Rate
They have the most unique and interesting looking pieces with a touch of sleek, modern art. AU-Rate stands for the cause of the developing literacy of students in New York. They have given thousands of books to students across the city, For every jewelry purchased, AU-Rate puts a book directly in the hands of a child that needs it.
The name as it sounds but makes you look responsible do you prefer a cheaper, and elegant one? Vintage pieces that have so much character, plus the resources needed to make them have already been used up. No additional waste is created.
Purchasing second hand also keeps a perfectly good piece of jewelry out of the landfill. Not to mention you can come across a lot of good bargains. Also Cherish it always and keep close tabs on it, because that’s certainly way more sustainable than buying new.