Ethical Policy

Our jewellery production is in Thailand. There is a strict ethical policy in place covering all aspects of production from sourcing silver through to shipping out to you.

A fully traceable and audited supply chain ensures no minerals from conflict areas are used during manufacture.

We recycle by refining all scrap Silver and Gold.

All aspects of production are REACH and SEDEX certified and as a certified member of the RJC, Responsible Jewellery Council, a high standard of health and safety and protection for staff and for those who come in contact with all stages of production and supply is adhered to.

Throughout all of our production processes, we are constantly looking at how to save on packaging, energy, water and minimise waste. We also carbon off set our travel.

30% of production is now run on solar power and all staff have been issued with tupperware and cutlery so that they do not get their food in single use plastic/foam containers when going to buy lunch.

Each item is sent in a plastic bag to protect the silver from tarnishing whist in storage. We have tried to minimise the need for packaging to a minimum and have begun to introduce bio-degradable bags and are actively seeking a longer lasting re-usable but also degradable replacement with developers.

On a more personal note, we are a family run business and are very proud to supply, not for profit, a charity charm bracelet for the No 1 global selling book series, The Seven Sisters. All profits from each sale go to educate and feed a child for a year via the children's charity, Marys Meals.

We also donate any unworn returned items and end of lines to the shop at Emmaus, a fantastic homeless project based in Brighton. We also support the young homeless project, YMCA Downslink Group in Brighton. As we expand in France we hope to replicate our support locally in a similar way to the UK.

If you have any further question please do not hesitate to ask as this is an on-going section we are updating constantly.