Ethical sourcing of diamonds and jewelry is an important issue that has gained increasing attention in recent years. Several different factors can affect the ethical sourcing of diamonds and jewelry, including the conditions under which the diamonds and other materials are mined, the working conditions of the people who produce the jewelry, and the environmental impact of the mining and production processes. In this article, we provide here below an overview of some of the key issues related to ethical sourcing in our related diamond and jewelry brands.
CONFLICT - FREE
Our passion for creating one-of-a-kind diamond rings that our clients fall in love with is evident in everything from our design process to our ethical sourcing. Diamond in the Rough certifies that all of our diamonds are ethically sourced and conflict-free. Every rough diamond bearing our name has been purchased from countries that participate in the Kimberley Process Certification. The Kimberley Process was established in 2003 as a means of preventing diamond sales from financing violent crimes. It is an international cooperative diamond monitoring system created to eliminate the flow of “conflict diamonds” and is our guarantee that each Diamond in the Rough stone is sourced responsibly.
Environmental Responsibility - Cooperate with Valuable
Another issue related to ethical sourcing in the diamond and jewelry industry is the environmental and sustainability responsibility impact in the diamond & jewelry industry. For that, we decide to cooperate with Valuable.com decreasing the global demand for newly mined metals through the use of recycled materials in the production of diamonds and jewelry. When recycled gems and metals are repurposed into the jewelry market, they require no new mining, which helps to reduce the negative impacts associated with the extraction of these materials. Additionally, our company collections go to great lengths to ensure that our recycled metals and gems are thoroughly cleaned and graded, so they are of the same high quality as newly mined materials. By choosing recycled precious metals and gems, you can support sustainable practices and make a positive impact on the environment."
In addition to the Diamond in the Rough Authenticity Certificate, each Bridal Ring comes with an additional Gemological Certificate. The Lab Certificate is a third party, which confirms important information about your piece including the total carat of Polished Diamonds and total carat of Rough Diamonds.
AUTHENTICITY CERTIFICATION FOR DITR_JEWELRY ONLY
An authenticity Certificate is included with each purchase of A Diamond in the Rough Jewelry which arrives with certifies the authenticity and integrity of your Diamond in the Rough piece. Each certificate contains an identification number unique to only your particular purchase. The Diamond in the Rough Certificate of Authenticity assures our continued commitment to assuring you love your piece as many years from now as the day you received it.
We have been committed to redefining perceptions of diamond jewelry by maximizing and ensuring that all our products meet the highest standards of quality, safety, and performance. It is an important aspect of product development and production, as it helps to ensure that our customers receive a product that is reliable, effective, and meets their needs. The intrinsic beauty of our diamonds & Jewelry collections is what aims to make each customer feel special and like a family.
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